Twenty questions with Bernard Hopkins
As improbable as Bernard Hopkins' run to the light heavyweight title at age 46 has been, his reinvention from tactical boxer to exciting fighter has been just as unpredictable.
Hopkins' stock -- or as he calls it, his "brand" -- has never been hotter. The ageless wonder outboxed and outhustled light heavyweight champion Jean Pascal on May 21 to break George Foreman's record as the oldest fighter to win a world championship in history.
Not only does he appear to have been aging in reverse ...
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