Adonis Stevenson's promoter, Yvon Michel, brought word of his charge's potential next fight in an interview with TVA Sports; for those who cannot speak French and don't feel like sifting through Google Translate, the boys over at The Living Daylights have you covered.
In short, it looks like Stevenson will face former foe Andrzej Fonfara somewhere in his native Canada this upcoming summer, either Montreal in May or Toronto in June.
Fonfara (28-3, 16 KO) came up short against Stevenson back in 2014, but managed to snap "Superman's" ten-fight knockout streak and knocked him down in the process. The Pole's stock has gone up since then thanks to a nine-round thumping of Julio Cesar Chavez, Jr. and record-setting war of attrition with Nathan Cleverly.
Eleider Alvarez is currently the IBF mandatory after beating Isaac Chilemba and would presumably face the winner.
Stevenson (27-1, 22 KO) was last seen obliterating Tommy Karpency, best known for beating the listless remains of Chad Dawson, and took a decision over Sakio Bika in his other 2015 effort. Plans to face Sergey Kovalev reportedly collapsed due to issues with their respective networks.
Fonfara's a pretty solid choice considering that Kovalev-Stevenson is a pipedream; he's just twenty-eight, plenty durable, and is likely a better overall fighter than in their first matchup. Think he does better this time?