Bernard Hopkins Gets Another Shot At Champ Jean Pascal In May Rematch

After claiming he was robbed in a draw against champ Jean Pascal in December, Bernard Hopkins is getting another chance to make history (if he wins) — to become the oldest fighter to win a significant world title — when they face off again on May 21. Their bout in December was one of the most talked-about fights of that year, with fans across the continent hotly debating the outcome to this day. Whatever side was taken, everyone agreed…
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Bernard Hopkins Says He Was Robbed In Draw Against Pascal, Demands Rematch

Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins was hoping to make boxing history last Saturday (December 18) against Light Heavyweight champ Jean Pascal, by becoming the oldest fighter to win a significant world title. But instead, the bout ended in a draw, despite many believing B-Hop deserved a decision victory. Since the fight, Hopkins reviewed the tape and agrees, claiming the judges robbed him of a victory that was “clearly” his…
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Bernard Hopkins To Make Boxing History If He Defeats Jean Pascal This Weekend

When the legendary Bernard “The Executioner” Hopkins faces WBC, Ring Magazine and IBO Light Heavyweight Champion Jean Pascal on Saturday (December 18) in Canada, he could make history. On the night of the fight, Hopkins will be 28 days shy of his forty-sixth birthday, and on the verge of boxing history. If he defeats Pascal, he will become the oldest fighter in the history of the sport to win a significant world title…
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Bernard Hopkins Hopes To Regain Title Against Champ Jean Pascal In December

Boxing vet and future Hall of Famer Bernard Hopkins is ready to take on his 59th fight this coming December against young upstart WBC World Champion Jean Pascal during a live fight in Pascal’s home of Quebec. The World Light Heavyweight Championship fight is set to take place on December 18th at the Pepsi Coliseum in Quebec City, in addition to being televised live on Showtime. For Hopkins, it’s do or die…
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