By Radio Rahim

Former undisputed middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins, 50-years-old, is very willing to entertain the idea of facing the current rule of his former weight class, IBO/WBA middleweight king Gennady "GGG" Golovkin.

Hopkins, who moved up to the light heavyweight division several years ago and captured the WBC/WBA titles, is looking to close out his career with one final fight against a very dangerous opponent.

"I was the middleweight terror for twelve years of my career," Hopkins told "You have guys turning down $2 million dollars not to fight this guy. I would have fought him for $50 thousand back then because I wanted to show that I was the best fighter in my weight division."

"The only guy out there that nobody wants to fight, that I see, between 160 and 168 - is Triple G. Oscar called out Triple G so now they are going 'now Bernard is calling out Triple G' and someone will try to talk me out of it. It has to be weight situation on both sides, but it's good to see a middleweight guy like Triple G dominating like I was dominating back then."

"But if I was going to fight anybody out there, where I had to be on my A-game, it would be that fight."