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Bernard Hopkins 47 Career Boxing Fights On 26 DVDs With Menus
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       BERNARD HOPKINS 47 fights on 26 boxing DVDs
BERNARD HOPKINS 47 FIGHTS ON 26 BOXING DVDS
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Bernard Hopkins vs J. Mercado
Bernard Hopkins vs Mitchell
Bernard Hopkins vs Milton
Bernard Hopkins vs Smith
Bernard Hopkins vs Stokes
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Bernard Hopkins vs Eastman
Bernard Hopkins vs Taylor I
 
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Fights Boxing DVD 8
Bernard Hopkins vs Echols II
Bernard Hopkins vs Holmes
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Bernard Hopkins vs S. Mercado II
Bernard Hopkins vs Frank
Bernard Hopkins vs Lipsey
Bernard Hopkins vs James
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Bernard Hopkins vs Jones Jr.
Bernard Hopkins vs Richie
Bernard Hopkins vs Hall
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Bernard Hopkins vs Brown
Bernard Hopkins vs Allen I
Bernard Hopkins vs Allen II
 
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Bernard Hopkins vs Hakkar
Bernard Hopkins vs Joppy
Bernard Hopkins Undisputed documentary
 
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Bernard Hopkins vs Aquino
Bernard Hopkins vs S. Mercado I
 
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Bernard Hopkins vs Jackson
Bernard Hopkins vs Johnson
Bernard Hopkins vs Council
 
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Bernard Hopkins vs Echols I
Bernard Hopkins vs Vanderpool
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Bernard Hopkins vs Trinidad
Bernard Hopkins vs Daniels
 
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Bernard Hopkins vs Allen III
Bernard Hopkins vs De La Hoya
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 25
Bernard Hopkins vs Smith Jr.
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 13
Bernard Hopkins vs Taylor II
Bernard Hopkins vs Tarver
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 14
Bernard Hopkins vs Wright
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 15
Bernard Hopkins vs Calzaghe
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 16
Bernard Hopkins Countdown to Pavlik
Bernard Hopkins vs Pavlik
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 17
Bernard Hopkins vs Jones II Fight Preview
Bernard Hopkins vs Jones II
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 18
Bernard Hopkins vs Pascal I
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 19
Bernard Hopkins vs Pascal II
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 20
Bernard Hopkins vs Dawson I
Bernard Hopkins vs Dawson II
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 21
Bernard Hopkins vs Cloud
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 22
Bernard Hopkins vs Murat
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 23
Bernard Hopkins vs Shumenov
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 24
Bernard Hopkins vs Kovalev 24/7
Bernard Hopkins vs Kovalev
 
 
Bernard Humphrey Hopkins, Jr. (born January 15, 1965) is an American professional boxer who currently fights at light heavyweight and previously at middleweight.
 
Hopkins reigned as world middleweight titlist from 1994 until 2005, unifying and successfully defended his title a record 20 times. He won the International Boxing Federation title in 1994, then added the World Boxing Council, World Boxing Association, and The Ring titles in 2001 and became the first man to hold all four major sanctioning bodies' titles when he won the World Boxing Organization title in 2004. The Ring ranked him #3 on their list of the "10 best middleweight title holders of the last 50 years.
 
After losing his title to Jermain Taylor in 2005 and failing to regain it in a rematch, Hopins moved up to light heavyweight and won the Ring and International Boxing Organization titles from Antonio Tarver at 42 years of age, making two defenses of the Ring title before losing it to Joe Calzaghe. Three years later, Hopkins defeated Jean Pascal for the WBC title and broke George Foreman's record for the oldest fighter to ever win a world championship at the age of 46. Hopkins later broke his own record by winning the IBF title from Tavoris Cloud in 2013 and again in 2014 when he won the WBA title from Beibut Shumenov, aged 48 and 49 respectively.
 
Nicknamed "The Executioner", and later "The Alien", Hopkins is a highly strategic and defensive boxer, known for carrying good speed and power, and for his ability to fight both on the inside and outside in a fight. Hopkins credits mastering the boxing fundamentals and a great defence as the reasons why he has been able to fight on for so long.
 
In addition to being an active boxer, Hopkins is also a minority partner with Golden Boy Promotions.
 
Background
Born to Bernard Hopkins Sr. and his wife Shirley, Bernard grew up with his family in the Raymond Rosen housing project in Philadelphia. Hopkins turned to crime early in his life. By the age of thirteen he was mugging people and had been stabbed three times. At seventeen, Hopkins was sentenced to 18 years in Graterford Prison for nine felonies. While in prison he witnessed the murder of another inmate in an argument over a pack of cigarettes, but also discovered his passion for boxing. After serving almost five years, Hopkins was released from prison in 1988. He then decided to use boxing as an escape from his previous life, and converted to Islam. While Hopkins was leaving the prison for the final time, the warden told him he'd "see you again when you wind up back in here," to which Hopkins replied "I ain't ever coming back here."
 
Professional career
Hopkins immediately joined the professional boxing ranks as a light heavyweight, losing his debut on October 11, 1988, in Atlantic City, New Jersey to Clinton Mitchell. After a sixteen-month layoff, he resumed his career as a middleweight, wining a unanimous decision over greg Paige at the Blue Horizon on February 22, 1990.
 
Between February 1990 and December 1992, Hopkins scored 21 wins without a loss. He won 16 of those fights by knockout, 12 coming in the first round.
 
Hopkins vs Jones I
Hopkins met Roy Jones on May 22, 1993 for the vacant IBF Middleweight title. Hopkins was out-pointed throughout most of the fight, en route to losing a unanimous decision. All three judges scored the fight 116-112 for Jones.
 
Middleweight Title
The IBF came again knocking at Hopkins's door on December 17 of that year, matching him with Segundo Mercado in Mercado's hometown of Quito, Ecuador. Mercado knocked Hopkins down twice before Hopkins rallied late and earned a draw. It has been argued that Hopkins was also not properly acclimated to the altitude of nearly 10,000 feet.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fights Boxing DVD 26
Bernard Hopkins: Beyond The Glory