Bernard Hopkins is the real unique nowadays fighter. He was the long-term middleweight champion, the world's best light-heavyweight and P4P № 1 in the world. Today, The Executioner is celebrating his 50-th Anniversary!

On the last Tuesday, December 16, the world of boxing said goodbye to the another great warrior of the ring, The Real Heavyweight. The former WBA heavyweight Champion of the world, Ernie Terrell, pasted away!

The former undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, Mike Tyson, very soon will become the member of the Union of Writers of Russia.

For more than five years already there are going on the talks about the possible mega-fight of the Century between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao, the two fighters, who are exchanging each other on the P4P Nr. 1 throne. During the last two years the passion for this fight smoothed down, the world wondered that these two will never fight each other. Maybe because two Super-stars will not share the purse, or maybe it is the matter of their own reputation, which will go shaky if the champions will lose. But now the passion is coming back again, louder than any before. Now, both fighters even called the date!

A teenage boxer has been banned for life after a vicious attack on a referee who stopped his fight on 2014 Youth European Championships in Zagreb, Croatia.

On the night on November 9, in Atlantic City, New Jersey, will take place the title unification bout at light-heavyweight. Three belts will be put on the table- the oldest boxing champion in the history of sport, Bernard Hopkins', 49, WBA and IBF belts and WBO title, which belongs to the 31-year-old Russian, Sergey Kovalev.

On October 22, was the Birthday of the first professional World Champion from former USSR. Also, their Birthdays could celebrate two Olympic Champions.

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