Bernard Hopkins in new Prada ad
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Prada Enlists Boxer Bernard Hopkins For New Eyewear Ad Campaign

Boxing great and future Hall of Famer, Bernard “The Executioner”, has been tapped by Prada for a new ad campaign in support of their eyewear line. The boxer was photographed by Brigitte Lacombe, a world-class portrait photographer, as he showcased the new Prada “Linea Rossa” eyewear collection, named after the “sweet science”: Prada Upper Cut, Prada Jab, Prada Barnburner. “I am thrilled to be a part of this campaign,” said Hopkins. “Prada is known throughout the world as a top luxury brand and as a world champion…
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Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! To Make Wax Figure Of Boxer Bernard Hopkins

When boxing great, Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins, retires from the sports, he’ll definitely be remembered as one of the greatest of all-time. Hopkins is definitely in a class of his own, which is why Ripley’s Believe It or Not! will make a wax figure of him to be displayed at a Ripley Odditorium in the future. Next week, on Monday (July 18) and Tuesday (July 19), Hopkins will be in the F/X Department at the world headquarters of Ripley’s Believe It or Not! in Orlando to begin the tedious task of having a full body wax casting made…
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Bernard Hopkins honored by Pennsylvania State Government
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Boxer Bernard Hopkins Honored By Pennsylvania State Government

The Pennsylvania State Government honored hometown native and boxing legend, Bernard Hopkins, at the state’s capital on Wednesday (June 22) for his recent WBC Light Heavyweight World Championship victory as the oldest fighter in boxing history to win a world title. The 42-year-old boxer was invited by Senator Vincent Hughes, who has represented the state’s 7th District (covers parts of Philadelphia and Montgomery County) since 1994…
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Boxer Bernard Hopkins Honored In Philadelphia By City’s Mayor

Boxing great and current WBC Light Heavyweight champ, Bernard Hopkins, was honored in his hometown of Philadelphia on Wednesday (June 1) by Mayor Michael Nutter for his recent history-making win over Jean Pascal last month. On May 21st, the 42-year-old made boxing history in Montreal, Canada, when he won a title fight against Pascal by unanimous decision, and became the oldest fighter in the sport’s history to win a major world title…
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