With “The Fighter” winning two Academy Awards on Sunday night, will the life story of Bernard Hopkins do the same in a few years? That’s what’s Hopkins, who turned 46 in January, is hoping for. Hopkins will once again bid to become the oldest world champion in boxing history when he faces light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal this summer in Canada. “After I win, I’m ready to tell my whole story,” said... Read More
September 3rd, 2015
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