Hopkins-Kovalev: Barclays Drops Out From The Race
By Rick Reeno
A source with knowledge of the details has advised BoxingScene.com that Barclays Center in Brooklyn is no longer in the running as a possible venue to host the light heavyweight unification between Bernard Hopkins and Sergey Kovalev.
While the venue initially expressed interest in securing the fight, the executives at the location have apparently removed Barclays from contention because of a "Live Nation music event" being staged at the venue on November 1.
Atlantic City has now become a frontrunner to host the HBO televised fight, which is going to be co-promoted by Golden Boy Promotions and Main Events.
[QUOTE=-MAKAVELLI-;14860206]i know man..i agree..i was just being selfish because it would be a fight that i would make the drive for... and yea...i can already hear the chants of 'Colero' when Hopkins starts clinching[/QUOTE] They were chanting that tonight in…Comment by MrRolltide91 on 08-17-2014
it will be in acComment by jas on 08-16-2014
Either way, I hope the judges favour bhop. I don't give a Fk on this occasion about robberies and it being bad for the sport blah blah, Fk it - bhop by robberyComment by PBP. on 08-16-2014
Atlantic City makes the most sense. Both Hopkins and Kovalev built names there.Comment by PACnPBFsuck on 08-16-2014
I guess the shyt hole in Atlantic city it isPost a Comment/View More User Comments (20)