Bernard Hopkins addressed the media on his upcoming fight against Sergey Kovalev on November 8, at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall.
Bernard Hopkins just keeps on defying his age.
Bernard Hopkins will be taking another huge step in the twilight of his career against Sergey Kovalev.
Bernard Hopkins and Sergey Kovalev could meet in a fight at the Barclays Center in New York.
Bernard Hopkins wants it known he’s not chasing Floyd Mayweather, just that there is a viable option out there for a huge pay-per-view fight if the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world wants it.
Hopkins (55-6-2, 32 knockouts) gave the 30-year-old Shumenov (14-2, 9 KO) his first loss since 2009.
Boxing has a way of eating everything around it. It deflates bodies, bank accounts, fan interest, but it never had a chance to sink its teeth into Hopkins’ marrow.
The old man is at it again, railing against the tethers of time, and all the doubters. Doing all of the unusual things he usually does, like defying all logic and commonsense.
Light heavyweight champion boxer Bernard Hopkins and undefeated junior welterweight champ Danny Garcia assisted with the proceedings.
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Bernard Hopkins wants you to still believe. The future Hall of Famer is still around, believe it or not.