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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
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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BERNARD HOPKINS 47 fights on 26 boxing DVDS
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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
Fights Boxing DVD 26
Bernard Hopkins: Beyond The Glory

In his next fight on July 16, 2005, Bernard Hopkins lost his undisputed middleweight championship to Jermain Taylor via a split decision. Hopkins started slowly but came on strong over the final four rounds. Man press row writers scored the fight for Hopkins. Five months later, Hopkins and Taylor had a rematch, Taylor winning again, this time by unanimous decision.


Light heavyweight

Hopkins vs Tarver

Following his two losses to Jermain Taylor, Hopkins at 41 decided not to retire and made the decision to jump two weight divisions to face off against The Ring light heavyweight champion Antonio Tarver on June 10 2006. Going into the fight, Tarver was a 3-to-1 favorite and had been the first man ever to KO Roy Jones Jr. Many now placed Tarver among the sports top competitors. He was constantly ranked in the P4P rankings. However, Bernard Hopkins picked up a lopsided unanimous decision, scoring 118-109 on all three judges scorecards.


Antonio Tarver also lost a $250,000 bet with Hopkins, after he failed to stop Hopkins in the first six rounds.


Hopkins vs Wright

On July 21, 2007, at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Hopkins defended the Ring light heavyweight championship against former undisputed junior middleweight champion Winky Wright. During the weigh-in, Hopkins shoved Wright with an open-hand to the face, igniting a brawl between both fighters' entourages. Hopkins was fined $200,000 for instigating the brawl. Hopkins prevailed with a unanimous decision victory by scores of 117-111, 117-111 and 116-112.


Hopkins vs. Calzaghe

On April 19, 2008, at the Thomas & Mack Center is Las Vegas, Hopkins lost The Ring Light heavyweight title to Joe Calzaghe via split decision (116-111 and 115-112 for Joe Calzaghe; 114-113 for Hopkinis). Hopkins started the fight well, dropping Calzaghe in the first round and using his ring savvy to confuse the challenger. Calzaghe did however quickly adapt to the style of Hopkins and caught up in the middle to later rounds using his superior hand speed and output volume, leading to a split decision win for the Welshman.


Hopkins vs Pavlik

Bernard Hopkins vs Kelly Pavlik

On October 18, 2008, Hopkins met middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik in a non-title fight at a catch-weight of 170 lbs. Fans and pundits alike felt that Pavlik, known for his formidable punching power, would become the first man to knock Hopkins out. Pavlik was a 4-1 betting favorite heading into the contest. On the night of the fight, Hopkins turned back  the clock to produce a performance he claimed to be the best of his career winning a unanimous decision (117-109, 119-106, 118-108) over the undefeated Pavlik. Hopkins prepared for this fight in the late summer heat at his second home, Danny Hawk's "World Famous" Normandy Gym in Miami Beach, Florida.


During the Ricky Hatton vs Manny Pacquiao media conferences before their fight on May 3, 2j009, Hopkins stated he would be "interested" in a proposed fight with British super middleweight champion Carl Froch.


On December 2, 2009, Bernard Hopkins fought in his home city of Philadelphia for the first time since 2003 beating Enrique Ornelas vis 12-round unanimous decision (120-109, 119-109 & 118-110) in what served as a tune-up bout for the 44 year old Hopkins who had not fought since his October 18, 2008 12-round upset victory over undisputed middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik.


The bout was supposed to be a tune-up for a scheduled March 13, 2010 rematch with Roy Jones Jr. The rematch was later postponed as a result of Jones Jr. falling to a first-round technical knockout loss to Australian Danny Green.