Bernard Hopkins


Bernard Hopkins defends Canelo Alvarez and claims Mexican is in preseason

Bernard Hopkins knows the boxing business inside out. After Canelo Alvarez' easy win over Avni Yildrim, Hopkins has provided support to a fighter he knows well. Bernard Hopkins knows Canelo Alvarez better than most. As a former two weight world champion and stakeholder in Golden Boy Promotions, the company that helped build Canelo, Hopkins has watched the popular Mexican grow into a superstar.

Bernard Hopkins: Golovkin and Munguia are on a collision course

By Allan Fox: Bernard Hopkins of Golden Boy Promotions says Gennadiy Golovkin and Jaime Munguia are on a collision course for a fight that he expects to take place this year. They were unable to negotiate a fight this time around, says Hopkins, but he expects them to bump heads at some point in 2021.

Bernard Hopkins: Deontay Wilder can become heavyweight champion again

By Barry Holbrook: Bernard Hopkins is one of Deontay Wilder’s many believers thinking that he can come back and win another heavyweight world title, be it against Tyson Fury or Anthony Joshua. Hopkins wants the former WBC champion Wilder (42-1-1, 41 KOs) to stop making excuses for his loss to...

Bernard Hopkins: De La Hoya beats Golovkin, GGG losing power

By Dan Ambrose: Bernard Hopkins believes that Oscar De La Hoya has enough ring IQ to defeat monster puncher Gennadiy ‘GGG’ Golovkin when he makes his return to the ring in 2021. Hopkins feels that the 38-year-old Golovkin (41-1-1, 36 KOs) has lost power recently due to his advancing age,...

Bernard Hopkins Thinks Oscar De La Hoya Can Defeat ‘Declining’ GGG

Boxing legend Bernard Hopkins believes Oscar De La Hoya could pull off a massive upset against Gennady Golovkin. De La Hoya hasn’t competed inside the ring since December 2008. “The Golden Boy” retired after being stopped by Manny Pacquiao in a one-sided affair. Recently, De La Hoya has revealed that he’s looking to make a comeback at the age of 47. He also isn’t talking about exhibition bouts as “The Golden Boy” wants to share the ring with elite opposition.
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Bernard Hopkins: “GGG Declines Every Year, Oscar Would Win By Unanimous Decision”

The laughs were both loud and immediate. The mere thought of Oscar De La Hoya being competitive with anyone in the top ten of the middleweight division, let alone someone the likes of Gennadiy Golovkin (GGG) was just sheer lunacy. Yet, no matter how many people laughed in his face and warned him of the beating he would receive, De La Hoya continued to push the notion that he could not only compete with Golovkin but flat out beat him.