By Kevin Davis
Bernard Hopkins, is closer to fifty years of age, and many feel that he has shown them more in his past few fights, then earlier in his career. That's funny, when he was the first person to beat Felix Tito Trinidad when he was at the apex of boxing, then Oscar Delahoya when he was trying to do the same thing. Hopkins has always had to fight to get everything he wanted and that's just the way he likes it. My question is to the mainstream media, why are you not talking about this feat, when he is get hit in the face for a living. You don't see guys fifty playing baseball and they don't hit each other. Basketball, if you touch other person while he has the ball it's suppose to be a foul, and they is no one, here you have a guy that is doing it well at his age and will be moving on to another big match-up in just a few weeks from now. Give Hopkins some credit for his dedication to his craft. Love him or hate him, he is a walking contradiction to the rule of the sport. Nothing is impossible.