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Photos: Bernard Hopkins, Jean Pascal Held Back in NYC

WBC and Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight World Champion Jean Pascal (Left) and former Two-Division World Champion Bernard Hopkins (Right) face off on March 29, 2011 at a press conference in New York City to officially announce their May 21, 2011 world title rematch at the Bell Centre in Montreal, Canada which will be televised live on HBO’s World Championship Boxing in the United States and distributed live on pay-per-view in Canada. Photos by Jeff Fusco - Hoganphotos

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LeadUppercut on 03-30-2011

[QUOTE=lutenco;10304888]The first fight was good but don't believe in a fight like that;PASCAL this time will be more aggressive but he has to counter more and more;i predict to see the old BHOP's fights,i mean [B]HEADBUTTS will happen!!!This fight could…

Comment by lutenco on 03-30-2011

The first fight was good but don't believe in a fight like that;PASCAL this time will be more aggressive but he has to counter more and more;i predict to see the old BHOP's fights,i mean HEADBUTTS will happen!!!This fight could…

Comment by ELPERRO on 03-30-2011

Pascal looks like a bytch azz preppy! Bernard looks like a GANGSTA!

Comment by deuce_drop on 03-29-2011

[QUOTE=-Kev-;10302419]Pascal is Mr Pinky's son from Next Friday.[/QUOTE] hahahaa, Pinky: " look here baby, you're taking those corners too god damn fast. i almost spilled this YAK on this 200 dollar suit!, slow it down baby!, get it together" pascal…

Comment by ИATAS on 03-29-2011

[QUOTE=cupocity303;10302778][SIZE="3"] They're doing one? Outstanding, unfortunately the editing and time frame of those things isn't enough for someone as thoughtful as Hopkins to get his points across. [/SIZE][/QUOTE] from @therealbhop [img]http://static.ow.ly/photos/normal/9HAA.jpg[/img]

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