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. Sale Jordan Shoes . 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 (12-18) 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). Cheap Air Jordan Outlet . -- Jay Haas and Peter Jacobsen took the second-round lead Saturday in the Champions Tours Legends of Golf, teaming for a 6-under 48 in windy conditions on the par-3 Top of the Rock course. Authentic Air Jordan For Sale .A. Dickey, even though he was coming off a Cy Young Award in 2012. Many felt the Jays would regret giving up righthanded pitcher prospect Noah Syndergaard and catcher Travis DArnaud over the long haul. http://www.cheapairjordanshoes.com/ . 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It was Torontos first game since the Gay trade was officially approved by the league, although the players involved sat out Sundays 106-94 road win over the Lakers. Toronto used just eight players in the win, snapping a five-game losing streak. "They got us in the second quarter. That was the difference in the game," said Toronto coach Dwane Casey. "I was really happy and proud with the way our guys executed in the first quarter. Kind of a carryover from the L.A. game and thats a good sign. "Again, theres no excuses in this league but Im going to chalk this one to travel a little bit, we ran out of gas. But youre talking about one of the best teams in the league in (San Antonio)." The Raptors -- returning home from a three-game West Coast swing -- were without Greivis Vasquez, Patrick Patterson, John Salmons and Chuck Hayes, acquired Monday in the deal that sent Gay, Aaron Gray and Quincy Acy to Sacramento. Forward Tyler Hansbrough was not available Tuesday, sidelined by a shoulder sprain. D.J. Augustin was waived on Monday. That left 10 players available to face the Spurs, with DeRozan and Terrence Ross struggling with their accuracy, shooting a combined 10 of 27. "You can make all the excuses. I dont want to make any excuses," said guard Kyle Lowry. "We just lost tonight." "It is what it is," DeRozan said of the Raptors lack of help. "Youve got to deal with it. We went out there and played hard." Patterson, Salmons and Hayes were due to arrive in Toronto late Tuesday with Venezuelas Vasquez slated to come in Wednesday due to red tape requirements. The Spurs, meanwhile, were in their third country in less than a week. San Antonio was in Mexico City last week for a date with the Minnesota Timberwolves that was eventually postponed due to smoke inside the arena. Tuesdays game was the first of four in five nights for the Spurs, who were coming off a 111-100 loss Sunday in Indiana. Three-point shooting helped the Spurs gain their lead. San Antonio, moving the ball around nicely before going cold late from outside the arc, hit 13 of 23 compared to 10 of 23 for Toronto. Toronto had 19 turnovers, which yielded 20 points. Centre Jonas Valanciunas looked good early Tuesday, sinking his first five shots with an arsenal ranging from a dunk and hook shot to put-back layup and tip. But he only scored four points the reest of the way. Cheap Air Jordan Retro. Led by the Lithuanian, Toronto made its first six baskets for a 13-6 lead before DeRozan missed a three-point attempt some four minutes in. The first quarter ended with the Raptors ahead 36-24 and shooting at 62.5 per cent compared to 47.8 for San Antonio. Torontos two bigs, Valanciunas and Johnson, combined for 20 points on 10-of-12 shooting while Spurs stars Duncan and Parker totalled eight points. "We played good basketball after the first quarter," said San Antonio coach Gregg Popovich. "We played very badly in the first quarter, no defence. Then we played pretty good ball after that." San Antonio took control in the second quarter, outscoring Toronto 35-17 as the Raptors missed on 14-of-22 shots. A 13-2 Spurs run at the start of the quarter narrowed the gap to one point and the visitors pulled ahead for the first time, 41-40, courtesy of an Aron Baynes dunk. San Antonio led 59-53 at the half, closing with a 13-4 run. Valanciunas and Johnson were stuck on 24 points after two quarters. Torontos shooting percentage was down to 50 while the Spurs improved to 54.8. The depleted Toronto bench was 1-of-7 shooting in the first half (9 of 25 overall) compared to 10 of 17 for the Spurs (23 of 38). San Antonio pushed the lead to 15, up 89-74 at the end of the third quarter. The game was pretty much over by then. Casey says plenty of work lies ahead for the new-look Raps. "Were going to treat (practice) Wednesday and Thursday like training camp, weve got so many new guys coming in," he said prior to the game. "Were going to go back to basics. Weve got to find out where guys can fit in." Ross got the start at small forward Tuesday, with Casey calling the six-foot-six Ross a "freak athlete" who is one of the most athletic players he has ever coached in the NBA. "Hes a great athlete. He just has to harness that, bring it in and be a complete player, and do it on a consistent basis." Tuesday was not his night to show it, however. He finished with 14 points on 4-of-13 shooting. "Hes a young kid but thats the only way hes going to learn, to be in there in the fray," Casey said later. "I thought he did some good things." "A typical young guy," he added. "He and Jonas both are error-prone and weve got to continue to work with them and get them better in those areas and cut those (mistakes) down." Asked if Ross will continue to get the start, Casey said: "Well see." He called the start "an opportunity, not given." Canadian Cory Joseph and former Raptor Matt Bonner got warm receptions when they checked into the game for the Spurs in the fourth quarter. Baynes, a six-foot-10 Australian in his second year in the NBA, finished with a timely career-high 14 for the Spurs, who were without injured centre Tiago Splitter (calf). San Antonio is now 30-9 all-time against the Raptors, and has won the last six meetings. Torontos last victory over the Spurs was Jan. 3, 2010, at the Air Canada Centre. Toronto FCs Brazilian target Gilberto was said to be in attendance. Raptors global ambassador Drake was also courtside. 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