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Old 12-22-2010, 12:04 AM #1
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Thumbs up Is Bernard Hopkins the modern day Roberto Duran?

B-Hop's reign as middleweight champion rivals that of Duran's reign as lightweight champion. B-Hop did it his way and has achieved amazing success. B-Hop has taken on just about every challenge other than Dawson. They don't make fighters like this anymore. Bernard Hopkins is the realist fighter of this era. True story
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