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Bernard Hopkins Won't Engage Rumors of Golden Boy Rift

By Bill "Two Scoops" Emes

Widespread rumors continue to circulate within the industry, regarding potential friction between Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer, and Golden Boy owner/ company President Oscar De La Hoya.

IBF light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins, a partner in Golden Boy Promotions, will not entertain any discussion regarding the matter. In most cases, it's hard to stop Hopkins from voicing his opinions, but on this particular subject the veteran is strictly keeping his focus on the upcoming Showtime televised unification with WBA champion Beibut Shumenov on April 19th.

"I can't talk about that. I can't comment on that. No comment. I can't talk about that..because I'm in training camp. I'm focused on my fight," Hopkins told BoxingScene.com.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by sdcluser on 03-25-2014

[QUOTE=VanillaIce;14360767]Your man Haymon and R.S. Will prob go to Mayweather promotions and showtime, Óscar and GBP and his new team baca to HBO. Dont discard a re-union TR/GBP in a new working relationship without schaefer[/QUOTE] Oscar is done. Let me…

Comment by sdcluser on 03-25-2014

[QUOTE=daggum;14359420]golden boy's days are numbers. i think all the fixed fights finally caught up with them.[/QUOTE] I think it's all the $$$ lost.

Comment by dc3383 on 03-25-2014

If Mayweather promotions gets an LLS in the next few weeks I will start to believe these rumors until that it's rumors.

Comment by VanillaIce on 03-25-2014

[QUOTE=jbpanama;14360363]Seems Oscar has gotten in over His Head... Swimming with The Sharks, is a Losing Game..... This Heyman Cat is probably Buying Up the Stock, from Oscars, Amigos!!![/QUOTE] Your man Haymon and R.S. Will prob go to Mayweather promotions and…

Comment by VanillaIce on 03-25-2014

Those ar rumors Óscar is still the major stock holder in the company. You wqtch how everything develops, people has always underestimate Óscar, but im sure he has a great plan and very capable people around him, he brought R.S.…

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