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Bernard Hopkins Visits Shriners Hospital for Children

Philadelphia - Unified Light Heavyweight World Champion Bernard Hopkins spent his afternoon with champions of a different sort. The Philadelphia boxing legend recognized "National Hospital Week" as he took time to visit with and sign autographs for patients, doctors and nurses at Shriners Hospital for Children. The patients are from around the world and are being treated for various illnesses at the state-of-the-art facility in The City of Brotherly Love.

"Today was a day that I won't forget," said Hopkins. "I fight in the ring, but these kids are fighting for their lives. I'm inspired by their strength, will and determination. Seeing the smiles on their faces brought me so much happiness and I thank the amazing doctors and nurses at Shriners for everything they are doing for these kids." For more information or to donate to Shriners Hospital for Children visit their website: http://www.shrinershospitalsforchildren.org/ ;

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by yoshik on 05-17-2014

[QUOTE=NoelBetances;14560733]Did I just get challenged to a fight by Charlie Z? The most avid fraud fan????? I dont know if your talking about Sigmund or Mayweather..[/QUOTE] You are classless scum. Just like Charlie Z. You're not even a fight fan.…

Comment by Shambrolic on 05-17-2014

[QUOTE=NoelBetances;14560498]There's nothing brave about these kids...Bhop is going to end up in that same hospital when Adonis whoops his behind. Please dont waste our time showing pics of dumb kids. There are obviously faking it[/QUOTE] Obvious troll and I bet…

Comment by czykent91 on 05-17-2014

Kudos to the executioner for giving back to the community :D

Comment by Dr Kewl Hair on 05-17-2014

[QUOTE=NoelBetances;14560498]There's nothing brave about these kids...Bhop is going to end up in that same hospital when Adonis whoops his behind. Please dont waste our time showing pics of dumb kids. There are obviously faking it[/QUOTE] You must have a pretty…

Comment by NoelBetances on 05-17-2014

[QUOTE=yoshik;14560621]You are without a doubt the biggest A hole ever to grace the pages of any website. You are worse than the most avid Fraud Fan. You sir are a punk. Meet me in Chicago. Quads Gym. I block North…

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