Hopkins-Dawson II to settle a score
47-year-old champ motivated to again prove his doubters wrong Saturday
The age-defying Bernard Hopkins, at 47 years old, has a legacy that makes him one of the greatest fighters of all time. As much as Hopkins likes to talk -- even though he has been somewhat quiet lately -- his résumé speaks for itself: undisputed middleweight championship, division-record 20 title defenses, two light heavyweight championship reigns, and the distinction of being the oldest man in boxing history to win a world title.
Last May, on Jean Pascal's home turf in Montreal, ...
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