Difference between revisions of "Jean Pascal vs. Bernard Hopkins (2nd meeting)"

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== Notes ==
 
== Notes ==
 
* [[Jean Pascal]] 26-1-1 (16 KOs) vs. [[Bernard Hopkins]] 51-5-2 (32 KOs)
 
* [[Jean Pascal]] 26-1-1 (16 KOs) vs. [[Bernard Hopkins]] 51-5-2 (32 KOs)
* Pascal entered as the [[The Ring Magazine]] Light Heavyweight Champion. Hopkins, a slight 1.15/1 betting underdog [http://msn.foxsports.com/boxing/odds/moneyline], was the #1 contender in the same publication. [http://ringtv.craveonline.com/ratings/light-heavyweight]
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* Pascal entered as the [[The Ring Magazine]] Light Heavyweight Champion. Hopkins, a slight 1.35/1 betting underdog [http://msn.foxsports.com/boxing/odds/moneyline], was the #1 contender in the same publication. [http://ringtv.craveonline.com/ratings/light-heavyweight]
 
* Fight was billed as "Dynasty 2" with tickets prices ranging from $500 to $35 (Canadian).  
 
* Fight was billed as "Dynasty 2" with tickets prices ranging from $500 to $35 (Canadian).  
 
* With a win Hopkins, 46, would supplant [[George Foreman]] as the oldest world champion in boxing history.
 
* With a win Hopkins, 46, would supplant [[George Foreman]] as the oldest world champion in boxing history.

Revision as of 03:34, 22 May 2011

Official Fight Poster

2011-05-21 : Jean Pascal 174¾ lbs lost to Bernard Hopkins 174¾ lbs by UD in round 12 of 12

Ring Announcer: Michael Buffer
Aired On: HBO World Championship Boxing (Main Event)

  • World Boxing Council Light Heavyweight Title (5th defense by Pascal)
  • The Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight Title (Pascal defending)
  • IBO Light Heavyweight Title (2nd defense by Pascal)
  • WBC Diamond Light Heavyweight Title (honorary title)

Notes

  • Jean Pascal 26-1-1 (16 KOs) vs. Bernard Hopkins 51-5-2 (32 KOs)
  • Pascal entered as the The Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight Champion. Hopkins, a slight 1.35/1 betting underdog [1], was the #1 contender in the same publication. [2]
  • Fight was billed as "Dynasty 2" with tickets prices ranging from $500 to $35 (Canadian).
  • With a win Hopkins, 46, would supplant George Foreman as the oldest world champion in boxing history.