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Photo: Hopkins, Stevenson Go Face To Face in Brooklyn

Two light heavyweight champions had an unexpected meeting. IBF champion Bernard Hopkins, and WBC champion Adonis Stevenson, went face to face at the Malignaggi-Broner weigh-in at the Brooklyn Borough Hall Outdoor Plaza in Brooklyn, New York. Chad Dawson won the WBC title from Hopkins in 2012 with a twelve round decision. Earlier this month, Stevenson changed the landscape of the light heavyweight division when he knocked out Dawson in the first round to capture the WBC belt.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by CarnageVF720 on 06-22-2013

Stevenson doesnt know what hes getting into ****ing with Hopkins he will get destroyed.

Comment by Boskop on 06-22-2013

Its not going to be pretty, but Bhop would take Adonis power away easily, drag him into deep water and devour him with hair and teeth. Just another Cloud going by...

Comment by Evil Abed on 06-22-2013

I was at the weigh-in. Hopkins and Adonis were crazy cool with each other. No intimidation either way.

Comment by Mr. Philadel on 06-22-2013

[QUOTE=LA_2_Vegas;13491150]If you are a fighter and you meet B-hop, he is already scheming Almost everyone knows it, but he can be so affable and just outright legendary you can't help but to go say Hi and pay respects, while he…

Comment by Light_Speed on 06-21-2013

[QUOTE=ИATAS;13491149]No that wouldn't be the perfect scenario because Stevenson is Champ, Hopkins is #1, Cleverly #2 and Kovalev #3. So the perfect scenario is unfolding champ vs #1 and #2 vs #3.[/QUOTE] Rankings don't mean much to me, and Stevenson/Kovalev…

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