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Photos: Hopkins-Murat, Quillin-Rosado, Wilder Weigh-In

The weights are in for Saturday's Showtime televised tripleheader from the Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. In the main event, the near 50-year-old Bernard Hopkins will defend his IBF light heavyweight title against mandatory challenger Karo Murat of Germany. Hopkins came in at 172.5-pounds and Murat was 174.

In the co-feature, WBO middleweight champion Peter Quillin will stake his title and undefeated record against Gabe Rosado. Quillin was 159.25-pounds and Rosado was 160.

Opening things up, a heavyweight battle between undefeated Deontay Wilder and Nicolai Firtha. Wilder came in at 224.pounds and the much heavier Firtha was 252.5

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by MisterHardtop on 10-26-2013

It will be interesting to see how Hopkins does against a former Cleverly opponent and how quickly Quillin gets rid of Rosado, it took the dangerous Golovkin long enough. Interesting night of fights.

Comment by Koba-Grozny on 10-26-2013

[QUOTE=BattlingNelson;13875271]A Hopkins at 60 would still beat Murat.[/QUOTE] You are probably right. Murats only claim to fame is that he was gifted 2 'German' decisions (a win and a draw) 'gainst Campillo, oh...and that he lost to Cleverly. Still, I…

Comment by BattlingNelson on 10-26-2013

A Hopkins at 60 would still beat Murat.

Comment by Khmelnytsky on 10-26-2013

[[email protected];13874777]Quilling ain't destroying nobody you just mad about [B]what Rosado said about fa[I][/I]ggity ass Golovkin[/B].[/QUOTE] One guy has a hot wife with children while the other waxes his eyebrows so he can look like a tranny and is Puerto Rican.…

Comment by leericists on 10-26-2013

[QUOTE=low_Bo;13874687]Wow, no wonder wilder has so many ko's. this is the quality of his opposition? This bum he's fighting looks like a plumber.[/QUOTE] lol exactly what i thought ! dude looks like he hasnt worked out for years lol smh

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