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 Last update:  10/28/2013       Read more by CompuBox         
   
CompuBox: Hopkins Lands Most Punches in 12 Years
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Soon to be 49-yr. old Bernard Hopkins, displaying little movement, had to rumble for this win against the stamina-challenged Murat. Hopkins' 247 landed punches are the most he's landed in 12 years (he landed 260 in his upset win over Trinidad). B-Hop avg'd 47 thrown per round, eight more than he avg'd in his last 9 fights. Karo Murat, who avg'd just 41 thrown per round, had his moments, landing 23 power shots in round 9, the most landed by a Hopkins opponent in 20 years (Roy Jones landed 25 power shots in round 6 of their 1st fight). Many of Murat's 120 landed power shots were flush to the head of B-Hop but lacked pop.

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Tags: Bernard Hopkins , Karo Murat , Hopkins-Murat , Hopkins vs. Murat



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comment by Muscles72, on 10-29-2013
I'm a freakin alien matter of fact I'm goin to talk to my doctor about it on Monday all joking aside Hopkins looked good a little shaky at first he had me worried but then I thought about it later he was probably Just feelin him out but then real talk he tore Murat up god win for THE ALIEN!!

comment by Kris Silver, on 10-28-2013
He did look good. The flip side is could help him land a Stevenson or Kovalev fight which I think he could easily get hurt in. I think he'd have a good shot at beating Froch. Not as big a guy, not a huge puncher and can be undone with awkward tactics.

comment by Souwester, on 10-28-2013
It just shows you that if you take care of your body, you can fight for a very long time.

comment by IronDanHamza, on 10-28-2013
I wonder why that is.

comment by amayseng, on 10-28-2013
the dude is special he should fight froch in England and retire off that win, ride off as a champion of two divisions.

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