â†µBernard Hopkins must have a little hole in his heart this â†µweek after the disappointment of losing his opportunity for vengeance against â†µlongtime rival Roy Jones. Hopkins and Jones had finally agreed to terms after a â†µdecade of failed negotiations, but Jones was derailed by a Danny Green right â†µhand.
â†µLet's hope Jones retires, but Hopkins still has some work to â†µdo. He was dominant in his victory over Enrique Ornelas and is now looking for â†µnew challenges. Hopkins will be 45 in a few weeks.
â†µLet's look at some options:
â†µChad Dawson: Dawson is regarded, along with Hopkins, as one â†µof the two best light heavyweights in the world. Dawson is a southpaw with quick â†µhands and victories over Tomasz Adamek, Antonio Tarver, and Glen Johnson. â†µHopkins Is great against southpaws, but this is a tough one for him.
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