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RingTv image Travelin’ Man returns to Atlantic City – Part II

Travelin’ Man returns to Atlantic City – Part II

Lee Groves was on hand in Atlantic City to witness “The Alien” Bernard Hopkins add another layer to his already “otherworldly” accomplishments by decisioning Karo Murat. The Travelin’ Man provides a fascinating historical and statistical analysis of Hopkins’ latest victory and legendary career.

RingTv image Hopkins boxes and battles Murat to unanimous decision

Hopkins boxes and battles Murat to unanimous decision

Bernard Hopkins, boxing’s oldest champion ever, had to endure a lot of rough stuff from 30-year-old challenger Karo Murat during their fight on Saturday in Atlantic City, but that spurred the 48-year-old boxing master to fight a more aggressive fight en route to retaining his IBF light heavyweight title with a wide unanimous decision.

RingTv image Video: Peter Quillin in camp

Video: Peter Quillin in camp

WBO middleweight titleholder Peter Quillin spoke to RingTV’s Dominic Verdin about fighting Gabriel Rosado under Bernard Hopkins on Showtime, Rosado’s disrespect, pushing himself in training, his goals and reaching out to his fans in an exclusive in-camp interview.

RingTv image Hopkins 172.5 pounds for lt. heavyweight bout vs. Murat, 174

Hopkins 172.5 pounds for lt. heavyweight bout vs. Murat, 174

IBF light heavyweight titleholder weighed 172.5, two and half pounds under the division limit, at Friday’s weigh-in for his defense against Karo Murat that will take place on Saturday in Atlantic City, N.J. Murat weighed 174 pounds. Peter Quillin and Gabriel Rosado, who fight in Saturday’s co-feature, also made weight for their WBO title bout.