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ADONIS STEVENSON, THE CONCUSSION COMA AND HIS FUTURE.

ADONIS STEVENSON, THE CONCUSSION COMA AND HIS FUTURE.
Adonis was born in Haiti and moved to Canada aged 7, he got involved with gangs in his teens and ended up serving a prison sentence for managing prostitutes, threats and counts of assault. When he finished his 4 year stay in 2001 he vowed never to return. By 2005 he had won the Canadian National Title at Middleweight and in 2006 won the silver medal at the Commonwealth Games. He was the WBC, The Ring, and Lineal Light Heavyweight Champion from 2013 - 2018.

Do we still want to watch Leigh Halfpenny play rugby?

Do we still want to watch Leigh Halfpenny play rugby?
Every year rugby players are forced into retirement because of concussions at all levels of the sport. Someone in the middle of this dilemma is Leigh Halfpenny. The Welsh full-back and winger is still only 29, a young man in his prime, but his career has been plagued by head injuries that now appears to be catching up to him.

The Invisible War

The Invisible War
When we think of the relationship between a brain injury and the military we automatically assume that the cause would be from active service in a deadly war zone or hazardous situation.