Since becoming the world champion in June 2011, many have tried to slow Adonis Stevenson down but failed time and again in their attempts to do so. Accustomed to being the main attraction on boxing cards hosted at the Bell Centre over the last few years, the 36-year-old feels privileged to have the opportunity to entertain spectators in the building that his favorite hockey team calls home. The canadiens.com crew met up the WBC Light Heavyweight champ to learn more about his love for all things CH.How long have you been a Habs fan?ADONIS STEVENSON: For a long time. I remember the Stanley Cup wins in 1986 and 1993. Those were back in the good old days of Patrick Roy and Guy Carbonneau. I’m old school. I remember watching Chris Nilan and Bob Gainey play. Sometimes, my mother would tell me to go to sleep because it was late, but…
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For fans of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, there was such hope surrounding the release of their latest cinematic reincarnation.
The accurately named, « Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, » directed by Jonathan Liebesman, was meant to be the rebirth of the franchise. Instead it comes up short of what it could have been.
In spite of early rumors (which may have been true, at some point) that the Turtles would be aliens in this rendition, they’re still mutants. Although, aside from that small detail the film does take some unnecessary liberties with their story.
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