It appears that the sky is the limit for former Featherweight Titlist, and supremely gifted talent 🥈🇺🇸Shakur “Fearless” Stevenson (15-0-0, 8KO👊), as he pitched a masterclass performance of a wide variant of different skills to blank out quality pugilist 🇱🇷🇺🇸Toka Kahn Clary (28-3-0, 19KO👊) to cap off ESPN’S last fight card of the year.
SCARY RATE OF IMPROVEMENT SHOWN IN STEVENSON’S OVERALL ARSENAL
Stevenson was dead-on 🎯accurate in the middle of the first round to the head and to the body, and drove Toka Khan back with a well placed jab. A beautiful display of precise, well timed combination punching by Shakur had Clary confused as to how he took advantage of his defensive positioning, which was actually well in tact to pick off incoming combinations.
While Toka Kahn Clary’s a good fighter, he quickly realized that there are 📈leagues of levels above the skill-level in which he personally harbors at. Stevenson throughout the full 10 rounds pitched a brilliant master-class performance that showcased supreme defense, an educated jab, counter-punching, level changes, and picking apart Clary in all 3 different distances. Shakur did not lose any minute of the 10 rounds, and the scorecards reflected it, as he harbored 3 identical cards of 📝(100-90 x3) for the wipe out victory.
The notice has been sent from Stevenson to all titleholders, and high ranked contenders in the Super-Featherweight division, that he is on the prowl and looking to hunt, and where he is currently at already at this young portion of his career, he appears to if not be a nightmare match-up for everybody, then one who appears to right now, be the hardest out occupying the division, as a potential 🔝P4P operator.