Jean Pascal vs. Bernard Hopkins (2nd meeting)
2011-05-21 : Jean Pascal 174¾ lbs lost to Bernard Hopkins 174¾ lbs by UD in round 12 of 12
- Location: Bell Centre, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
- Referee: Ian John-Lewis
- Judge: Rey Danseco 112-116
- Judge: Anek Hongtongkam 114-115
- Judge: Guido Cavalleri 113-115
- 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)
- 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 , was the #1 contender in the same publication. 
- Fight was billed as "Dynasty 2" with tickets prices ranging from $500 to $35 (Canadian).
- With the win Hopkins, 46, supplanted George Foreman as the oldest world champion in boxing history.
- ESPN's Dan Rafael scored the bout a 114-114 draw.
A tentative opening two round saw both fighters shaking off nerves and feeling out their opponent. Round 3 was a big one for Hopkins as he found success with the right hand and shook knees the Pascal. In Round 4, the two exchanges power shots frantically at times. It appeared Hopkins may have been a bit wobbled as the round concluded. In the 6th, action was paused as the referee called time out to warn both fighters to break when told. Prior to the bell to being Round 7, Hopkins began doing pushups in the ring. The close, heavy-handed action continued through the 9th. In the 9th Round, Pascal's gloved touched after a cupping shot and was ruled a slip. In Round 10, Hopkins was warned twice for holding down Pascal's head. Midway through the round, Hopkins landed a right hand that caused an off balanced Pascal's glove to touch the mat. It was ruled, surprisingly, to be a slip. In the 11th, Pascal appeared to be tiring and Hopkins likely took the round.
- "Unless these scores are way out of whack, he (Hopkins) has done it." - HBO's Jim Lampley
- "He was spectacular tonight." - George Foreman on Hopkins
- Following the bout, Hopkins mentioned fighting until the age of 50 and said he was looking forward to fighting Chad Dawson and then Lucian Bute. Pascal said he wanted a rematch.