“Stevenson-Bika pitted one fighter, the southpaw Stevenson, who would be rendered nearly helpless should he injure his left hand, against another, Bika, whose brand of violence would be only slightly less effective were he to lose both of his hands entirely. No such disaster befell either fighter. Yet, despite their four good hands they failed to conjure a memorable moment over 12 trudging rounds. Ivan Denisovich had more success building walls then Stevenson and Bika did building excitement.”
Read Wonder or Wander: Adonis Stevenson W12 Sakio Bika on The Cruelest Sport.