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QUEBEC -- Adonis Stevenson retained his World Boxing Council light heavyweight title as he stopped Tony Bellew in the sixth round on Saturday night at the Pepsi Colisee. Stevenson (23-1) knocked down Bellew (20-2-1) with a left uppercut. When the Englishman got up, he was stunned with another left followed by a flurry of shots. Bellew was not fighting back, even though he was still on his feet when referee Michael Griffin stopped the bout. It was a second defence for the Montreal fighter since taking the belt with a spectacular first-round KO of Chad Dawson in June. He defended with a seven-round win in September over Tavoris Cloud. Bellew looked to be backing up and avoiding big shots from the power-punching Stevenson in the early round, looking to catch his opponent off guard with sudden attacks. It looked to be working in the fourth, when Bellew had his best moments with some right hand shots over the top. In the co-feature, Sergey Kovalev kept the World Boxing Organization light heavyweight title with a stunning knockout of Ismayl Sillakh only 52 seconds into the second round on Saturday night. After an uneventful opening round, Kovalev dropped 15th-ranked Sillakh with a right early in the second. The Russian was jumping up and down in his corner waiting to get back as the referee gave Sillakh (21-2) an eight-count, then ran up and floored him with another right that ended the bout. The hard-hitting Kovalev (23-0-1), a Russian based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., is often mentioned as a future opponent for Stevenson. "Im ready to fight any champion," Kovalev said after his first defence of the belt he won with a four round KO over Nathan Cleverly in August. In his post-fight comments, Stevenson mentioned veteran Bernard Hopkins and English super-middleweight champion Carl Froch as opponents hed like to face next. There was a spectacular IBF welterweight elimination bout that saw Laval, Que., based Ionut (JoJo) Dan take a split decision over Quebec City favourite Kevin Bizier despite being deducted a point. With the win, Dan takes over the No. 2 ranking and moves closer to a shot at the title currently held by Devon Alexander. It was a close bout between fighters who reply more on technique than power. Dan (32-2) looked to land a few more shots than Bizier (21-1), who appeared to have turned the tide when he hurt his Romanian-born opponent with a right late in the ninth. Bizier was warned twice about throwing Dan to the floor after clinches late in the bout, but it was Dan who then got a point deducted for holding. The first judge gave it to Bizier by 117-110, the next had it 116-111 for Dan and the third scored it 114-113 for Dan. "I think the ref gave him the point too easily," said Dan. "I didnt do nothing. "I think my experience helped me to win. I respect Bizier. Hes a great fighter, but even one point down, I win." A battle of knockout artists had the crowd on its feet as David Lemieux (31-2), a ranked middleweight from Laval, knocked hard-headed Colombian Jose Miguel Torres (27-6) down seven times before the scheduled 10-round bout was stopped by the referee 1:48 into the seventh. Torres was floored twice in the second round, again in the fourth, and twice more in the sixth and seventh before he finally stayed down after a crushing right from Lemieux. Welterweight Mikael Zewski (22-0) of Trois-Rivieres, Que. stopped 35-year-old Ryan Lee Davis (24-12-3) with three knockdowns in the third round, one on a liver shot, of their scheduled eight-round bout. Montreal-based Russian light heavyweight Artur Beterbiev (3-0) stung William Ray Bailey (12-1Cool with a jab and finished him with a short right to the temple only 2:49 into their scheduled six-rounder. The 2009 world amateur champion has needed only six rounds to win his three pro fights. The crowd roared as local 32-year-old heavyweight Eric Martel Bohoeli (10-3) knocked down Didier Bence (9-1) of Montreal twice en route to a stoppage at 1:44 of the second round of their eight rounder. Local favourite Sebastien Bouchard (8-0) won all six rounds against slow, light-hitting Belgian middleweight Mohammed Sidi Slimani (4-2). Thibaut Courtois Chelsea Jersey UK . - Brandon Bolden figured hed have to make an impact on special teams with the New England Patriots after a solid career as a college running back. Kurt Zouma Jersey UK .The animated reliever finalized a $15 million, two-year contract with the Giants on Monday, keeping a key member of the bullpen who has been part of three championship runs. http://www.chelseafcteamshop.net/kurt-zouma-chelsea-jersey-uk/ . Nylander scored in his NHL pre-season debut as the Leafs beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-0 Tuesday night at Air Canada Centre and showed flashes of offensive brilliance. Cesc Fabregas Jersey UK . Kansas centre Joel Embiid worked out Wednesday for the Cavs, who are trying to decide what to do with the No. Nemanja Matic Chelsea Jersey UK . Get interactive with the TSN Community and get updates with TSN.cas Game Night blog right now. This best-of-seven series between the Rangers and Capitals was tied at 2-2 heading into Mondays Game 5 in New York. CHICAGO -- This time, the Chicago Cubs were shut down by Mat Latos. Starlin Castro had an RBI single for Chicagos only run in a 4-1 loss to Latos and the Cincinnati Reds on Wednesday night. The Cubs began the day with a .232 team batting average, which was next to last in the National League. They managed just six hits in the series finale against Cincinnati. "The story for us has been that were not scoring enough runs for the starting pitchers and for this bullpen," catcher John Baker said. "Its frustrating for us position players." Its also frustrating for first-year manager Rick Renteria. "Theyre all chipping away at their approaches, but were facing some pretty good chuckers too," he said. "We just obviously werent able to generate a whole lot of runs." Edwin Jackson (5-Cool allowed four runs and six hits in 5 1-3 innings for Chicago, which has dropped four of five. Starlin Castro had two hits and drove in a run. "Its a tough lineup. Theyre going to make you work," Jackson said. "I thought for the most part I was able to contain them until the sixth inning. They kind of busted it open a little bit." With the wind blowing in on a cold summer night, Devin Mesoracos five-game homer streak came to an end. The Reds catcher was tied with Adam Dunn, Ken Griffey Jr., Johnny Bench, George Crowe and Ted Kluszewski for the franchise record. Latos (1-0) allowed one run and five hits in seven innings in his third start after beginning the season on the disabled list. It was his first win since Sept. 2 against St. Louis. Latos was coming off a frustrating no-decision against Toronto, when he was staked to an 8-0 lead and was unable to hold on. He gave up five runs and nine hits in 5 2-3 innings as the Blue Jays rallied for a 14-9 victory Friday night. Thee Cubs fell to 12-31 against Cincinnati over the last three seasons.dddddddddddd Jonathan Broxton pitched a perfect eighth and Aroldis Chapman finished for his 14th save in 15 chances. Pinch-hitter Justin Ruggiano doubled off the front of the basket in right field with two outs in the ninth. The call was upheld after Renteria called for a review, and Chapman struck out pinch-hitter Mike Olt to end the game. Cincinnati went ahead to stay with three runs in the sixth. Todd Frazier scored from first on Joey Vottos opposite-field double to left. After Mesoracos single, Jay Bruce lined a double off third baseman Luis Valbuenas glove to drive in Votto. Jackson struck out Chris Heisey before James Russell came in, and Skip Schumaker executed a perfect suicide squeeze to give the Reds a 4-1 lead. "It was the first one in my life. College, big leagues, you name it," said Schumaker, who also had two doubles in the game. "I saw the sign. It worked out." Bruce put the Reds in front with a two-out double down the right-field line in the first, scoring Frazier from second. Votto tried to hustle home from first but was cut down at the plate on Darwin Barneys relay throw. The Cubs tied it in the fourth. Ryan Sweeney reached on a leadoff double, advanced on Anthony Rizzos groundout and scored on Castros base hit. NOTES: Reds 2B Brandon Phillips was out of the lineup for the third straight game with a bruised right heel. ... RHP Dallas Beeler will make his major league debut in Game 1 of Chicagos day-night doubleheader Saturday against Washington. The 25-year-old Beeler is 5-3 with Triple-A Iowa. ... 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