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Topic - Bernard Hopkins
Bernard Hopkins will attempt to become the oldest fighter in boxing history to unify world titles when the IBF light heavyweight champion opposes WBA champion Beibut Shumenov on April 19th at the DC Armory.
IBF light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins sits down with Brian Mitchell on Sports Talk Live!
Bernard Hopkins has another belt around his waist and a slice of boxing history to his name.
Bernard Hopkins is more grill master than grill pitchman, willing to fire it up for hunks of organic chicken or fresh salmon. Maybe some buffalo.
Bernard Hopkins became the oldest fighter to win a major world championship, taking the WBC light heavyweight title Saturday night from Jean Pascal at the age of 46.
"He has something I need to be the undisputed light heavyweight champion of the world," Hopkins said of Shumenov. "He's in the way of that."
"I believe I'm the most feared fighter in the world over the last 15, maybe 20 years, in spite of my age," Hopkins said. "It's not me bragging. Folks love me, hate me. People understand how dangerous I can be to a fighter's career going forward after having to (fight me)."