Bernard Hopkins ‘I Will Never Let a WHITE BOY Beat Me!

I wonder how these words are not racists because if it was the other way around and Joe Calzaghe sad similar thing to Bernard Hopkins the MSM would have crucified the white boxer for being racist!

Bernard Hopkins vs. Joe Calzaghe was a boxing match that took place on April 19, 2008, at the Thomas & Mack Center in Paradise, Nevada, between The Ring light heavyweight champion Bernard Hopkins and undisputed super middleweight champion Joe Calzaghe. The fight was dubbed the “Battle of the Planet”, and the fight was for Hopkins’ The Ring light heavyweight title.

Bernard Hopkins insisted he “would never lose to a white person” when he came face-to-face with Joe Calzaghe in Las Vegas.

Calzaghe, 35, beat Mikkel Kessler to become undisputed super-middleweight champion!

t would be bad enough to talk tough and get knocked down. But that’s a NORMAL outcome to a fight.

It would be a little worse still to get knocked out. Embarrassing? Sure, but still within the range of normal outcomes.

What happened to this blowhard? He WISHES he had ‘only’ been knocked out.

If Joe replied with “I will never let a black boy beat me” would he be getting some crazy attacks from the mainstream media and the BLM for his racist offense!

Alex D.

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