For Hopkins, chaos began months before tragedy
The biggest win of Bernard Hopkins' career took place in the aftermath of 9/11, Michael Woods writes.
On July 9, 2001, Bernard Hopkins did his best to get inside Felix Trinidad's head, when he grabbed a miniature Puerto Rican flag out of his foe's hand and tossed it to the ground at a press conference in New York's Bryant Park.
On July 11, Hopkins went a step further, and tossed another flag to the floor in front of Trinidad.
In Puerto Rico.
In front of 10,000 rabid Trinidad acolytes at a press conference.
On Sept. 15, Trinidad, the WBA middleweight champion and ...
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