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Warning to boxing referee’s.
You better step aside – Bernard Hopkins
The oldest boxing champ hits Tony Weeks from behind
Believe it or Not the 46 years old boxing champion is facing a 29 year young boxer. Bernard Hopkins will once again defy the the law of nature as he try to defend his 175 lbs light heavyweight championship against Chad Dawson. The executioner vs Bad will get in on October 15 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. You better by the HBO PPV of Hopkins vs. Dawson or end up watching a free Hopkins vs. Dawson live stream online or perhaps a Sopcast of Hopkins vs. Dawson. Anyways its hard to find live streams nowadays but Hopkins vs. Dawson will be a famous match that no live streamer will pass on. so Hopkins vs. Dawson live streaming online will be for sure available. Anyways I hope Bernard Hopkins with this match. check back on fight time and I will see if I can post the Hopkins vs. Dawson fight here.
Check out the living Legend and the oldest Champion in boxing do his stuff. The old boxer has yet to lost any fights since he fought Joe Calzaghe in 2008, you also might want to take note that this guy has never lost via KO.
On October 15, Bernard Hopkins will once again test the limit of his body to fight the much younger Chad Dawson.
Bernard Hopkins Work out video.
Bernard Hopkins Work out video
Former Two-Division World Champion and WBC #2 rated lightweight contender Jorge Linares, WBC and Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight World Champion Bernard Hopkins, former Light Heavyweight World Champion Chad Dawson and WBC #1 rated lightweight contender Antonio DeMarco pose in Los Angeles, California at the press conference to officially announce their October 15, 2011 world title fights in which Hopkins will face Dawson and DeMarco will face Linares at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles both of which will be produced and distributed live on HBO Pay-Per-View®. Photos by Gene Blevins – Hoganphotos. see more here http://www.boxingscene.com
Bernard Hopkins is one of the most accomplished boxer in history and with his recent victory against a young fighter like Jean Pascal, there should be no reason to retire.
Bernard Hopkins (52-5-2) is the oldest fighter at age 46 to become a champion by beating Jean Pascal who is only at 28. The former record was held by George Foreman in a heavyweight title victory over Michael Moorer in 1994.
So when will Bernard Hopkins retire? “I won’t retire until I’m 50,” Hopkins said.
Is this a good idea?