Bernard Hopkins became the oldest boxer to win a major world championship, breaking his own record
Barcelona turning the tables on AC Milan was historic and possibly season-changing, while the Miami Heat are still on a roll, but at 48, American boxer Bernard Hopkins is the granddaddy of champions.
Hopkins scored a unanimous 12-round decision to dethrone Tavoris Cloud on Sunday, who is 17 years his junior, for the International Boxing Federation's light-heavyweight title and beat his own record.
"The 40 and up club still rules," Hopkins said. "I got a history. I got a history of destroying young champions and you never seen them again."
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