Bernard Hopkins' Historic Win On The Fight Fix

MONTREAL, CANADA - MAY 21: Both Bernard Hopkins and Jean Pascal raise their hands in victory after twelve rounds of action during the WBC Light-Heavyweight Championship fight between Bernard Hopkins and Jean Pascal at the Bell Centre on May 22, 2011 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. (Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images)

Today on CSN Washington's The Fight Fix, host Dustin Green recaps the major boxing event from this past weekend: Bernard Hopkins' history making-win over Jean Pascal in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Hopkins battered the younger Pascal and even survived a few scares, particularly late in the 12th round, to become the oldest man to win a major title in boxing. Hopkins is 46 years old.

For more on this historic win, visit SB Nation's BadLeftHook.com.

Be sure to stick around this week as The Fight Fix travels to Las Vegas, Nevada for UFC 130. Green and the crew will be there from Wednesday on providing day-by-day updates from the pre-fight press conference, open workouts, weigh-ins and more. We'll update them here each day as we get updates.

You can also see The Fight Fix at CSNWashington.com.

SBNation and Comcast SportsNet are proud to bring you The Fight Fix on BloodyElbow.com and SBNation.com/MMA every week.

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