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In boxing, the farce is always with us

Bernard Hopkins fails to make it through the second round after injuring his shoulder in a fall when pushed by challenger Chad Dawson, who wins their light heavyweight title fight by technical knockout.

Bernard Hopkins, Chad Dawson

Bernard Hopkins injures his shoulder while landing under the ropes after appearing to have been shrugged off of Chad Dawkins during Saturday's light-heavyweight title bout at Staples Center. (Jae Hong / Associated Press / October 16, 2011)


Another night of boxing, another farce.

No, there were no sucker punches from Floyd Mayweather Jr., nor kisses from Victor Ortiz. Just more foolish baloney.

Is it time to start holding joint events with the pro wrestlers? Will boxing continue to promote the fact that it has two fighters taking on each other, or will it merely admit to the public that these guys are coming from Central Casting?

What took place Saturday night at Staples Center was disgusting. On a night when Bernard Hopkins was supposed to be the main event while defending his light-heavyweight title against Chad Dawson as the oldest pro boxer, at age 46, to win a world title, the sport's credibility, whatever is left, unraveled.

And, sadly, it took place on a night when the best story line came from a 52-year-old getting his shot at a dream, and when the semi-main event produced the kind of thriller that boxing needs.

Hopkins and Dawson danced and did little for one round. Then, late in the second round, Hopkins took a big swing and missed, continuing onto Dawson's shoulder as Dawson ducked under the punch. It appeared then that Dawson kind of shrugged him off, pushing him toward the ropes.

Hopkins went down left shoulder-first and under the ropes. He grimaced in pain, as referee Pat Russell knelt over him. Hopkins pointed to his left shoulder, there was a slight delay and then Russell signaled that the fight was over.

The only question left was who won, and why.

The crowd booed, Hopkins rolled around, still apparently in pain, and Dawson strolled around, snarling at a crowd that was snarling back at him. It was at least 10 minutes until the announcement was made that Dawson was declared the winner. Russell's ruling was that he had not fouled Hopkins when he pushed him off and that, since Hopkins was unable to continue, Dawson was the winner by technical knockout.

The post-match quotes were much rougher than the fight.

"He was faking," Dawson said. "I'm sorry for the disappointment for the fans. He ran from me for three years. I know he didn't want this fight. He kept talking about Philadelphia and being a gangster. He's no gangster. He's soft, he's weak."

Hopkins said, "They set me up. It should have been a no-contest. The ref asked me if I could go on. I said I would fight with one arm, if I had to. Then he just called the fight."

Russell said, "It was not a foul. It was a TKO. He could not continue because of injury."

George Dodd, executive officer of the California State Athletic Commission, agreed with Russell, to a point. He said, "It was a TKO. For now."

Oh, golly. Do we hear rematch? Are there enough suckers left in the boxing fan populace?

Saturday night's announced crowd at Staples was 8,431, and you can rest assured that some of them even paid for their tickets.

Dawson's promoter, Gary Shaw, who said repeatedly afterward that he didn't think Hopkins wanted the fight and didn't come to fight, suggested that Hopkins might take his purse and pay back the fans.

Shortly after midnight, Hopkins' injury was diagnosed as a separation of the shoulder joint that connects the collar bone and shoulder blade.

According to Golden Boy Promotions, which released the statement on the diagnosis, Hopkins was taken to California Hospital Medical Center in Los Angeles immediately after the fight and was treated by Dr. Sam Thurber, who diagnosed the injury.

The fans may have gotten their money's worth from the undercard. The supporting cast was much better.

First, 52-year-old Dewey Bozella -- two years out of prison after serving 26 years for a murder he did not commit, finally freed after a law firm found new evidence -- wanted one pro fight in his life. He got it against an 0-3 body bag named Larry Hopkins (no relation to Bernard), who lost a four-round decision to Bozella that saw Hopkins spit out his mouthpiece six times in the final round.

Boxers do that to stall when they are tired, and that might have been the case with Hopkins. When he lost his mouthpiece for the sixth and last time, Bozella kept punching him anyway. That led to the quote of the night, as Bozella explained why he did that.

"I didn't trust the judges," he said.

The bout just before the Bernard Hopkins farce may become the fight of the year. Jorge Linares outboxed Antonio DeMarco for 10 rounds and was ahead on all cards. But, cut badly on his nose from the sixth round on, he lost the fight when DeMarco caught him in the 11th and unleashed a massive flurry that caused the referee to stop the fight. That gave DeMarco the WBC lightweight title.,1,32253.column


Dawson controversial new champ as Hopkins cries foul

‘Bad’ Chad Dawson (31-1, 18KO’s) became the new WBC light-heavyweight champion last night, defeating former holder Bernard ‘The Executioner’ Hopkins (52-6-2, 32KO’s) inside two rounds at the Staples Center in L.A in a highly controversial bout that left a bitter taste in the mouth for everyone involved. An apparent shoulder injury suffered by Hopkins left the Philadelphia veteran unable to continue, and referee Pat Russell, taking the decision into his own hands, awarded the TKO victory to Dawson.

Referee Russell will be the main talking point and his call was a big one. Deeming Dawson’s push on Hopkins not to be a foul does seem a little harsh, but Hopkins does make the most of opportunities and has been known to cry wolf before, especially when he feels the tide has turned against him, so Russell may have had that at the back of his mind when making the decision.

The few minutes the fight lasted was far from a barn-burner. As usual the 46-year-old Hopkins started defensively, diving in with lead rights followed by his head then grabbing Dawson around the waist. It’s a familiar, ugly style from Hopkins but Dawson didn’t really have much of an answer, especially in the first round. Having promised to throw seventy or eighty punches a session Dawson barely got going. In the second he had a little more success, and looked the bigger, stronger man but at the point of the stoppage had done nothing much to suggest he was going to win.

The moment that ended the fight seemed innocuous enough. Hopkins was leaning on Dawson’s back, trying to push him to the ground for the second time in the fight, but Dawson, clearly not happy with the attempt, pushed Hopkins with his shoulder and sent him falling backwards onto the canvas.

Lying prone Hopkins held his shoulder as he chatted to the referee for several minutes. It was very clear that Hopkins either didn’t want to or couldn’t continue and referee Russell had no choice but to signal the end of the bout. Afterwards Hopkins claimed that he would have continued had he known the referee was going to stop the fight but he had more than enough time to get to his feet and indicate a willingness to go on.

In truth Russell probably should have called the fight a no-contest as Dawson did absolutely nothing to warrant becoming the new champion, but as he said post-fight, Hopkins could have continued one-armed, especially if he was as tough as he makes out. We’ve seen it many times before, where fighters go through tremendous adversity and horrific injuries to win fights, and Hopkins, if he wanted it badly enough, could have at least tried to continue. It raises another question mark over his heart and will to win even if he did seem somewhat hard done by in the final outcome.

After the fight Dawson seemed far more interested in avenging his only loss to Jean Pascal than giving Hopkins a rematch and after that drama who can blame him? Hopkins will no doubt see enough positive in this defeat to carry on fighting, maybe incredibly until his 50th birthday, but this fight was a fight that neither man will be happy with or feel like they deserved to lose.




Sports digest: Bernard Hopkins, 46, loses boxing crown on bizarre TKO

Chad Dawson spent most of the past half-decade angling for a fight with Bernard Hopkins, believing he could define his boxing career by knocking out an ageless champion who had never been stopped.

Dawson got his TKO on Saturday night.

But his dream looked nothing like this debacle.

Hopkins was stopped for the first time in his career in bizarre fashion when Dawson lifted him and tossed him to the canvas late in the second round, leaving the 46-year-old champion with a dislocated joint in his shoulder.

Dawson (31-1, 18 KOs) claimed the WBC light heavyweight title from Hopkins (52-6-2), but both fighters were left furious and screaming when referee Pat Russell ruled Dawson hadn't fouled Hopkins, whose promoter immediately said he'll protest the result.

"They want me out of boxing, and this is one way to do it," said Hopkins, whose spokesman said he dislocated the joint connecting his collarbone and shoulder blade. "Chad Dawson came in the ring tonight, and he just wanted to rough me up with dirty tactics. He wanted to get me out of there, and that was the only way he could."

After five unmemorable minutes, everything happened in an instant: Hopkins leaned over the crouching Dawson after throwing an overhand right, and Dawson lifted Hopkins off his feet by standing up, shrugging him onto the canvas. Hopkins landed roughly on his back and left shoulder, his head poking underneath the bottom rope, and might have glanced off the ringside table. Hopkins immediately clutched his shoulder and grimaced in pain, apparently unable to continue.


"He jumped on me and was pulling me down, so I pushed him off with the shoulder," Dawson said. "B-Hop disappointed a lot of fans. I was looking forward to a good fight. I trained eight weeks for this. ... Yes, he was faking. This is a fight I wanted for three years, and Bernard obviously didn't want the fight."

Hopkins said he told Russell he would continue fighting "with one arm," but Russell waved off the fight and declared a TKO.


  • Dewey Bozella won his pro boxing debut at 52 years old, beating Larry Hopkins by unanimous decision on the undercard in Los Angeles. Wrongfully convicted of murder, Bozella spent 26 years in prison before he was exonerated in 2009. The New York native became the light heavyweight champion of Sing Sing while earning two college degrees.



Bizarre end to Hopkins's reign

The oldest world champion in boxing history has lost his WBC light-heavyweight title in a most unusual and controversial fashion.

Bernard Hopkins © Gallo Images

Bernard Hopkins, 46, suffered a shoulder injury in the second round of his fight against Chad Dawson when the challenger lifted him and tossed him to the canvas late in the second round.

Many spectators at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles were disgusted when the referee, Pat Russell, did not rule it a foul.

With Hopkins unable to continue, the officials had to declare Dawson the winner by technical knockout and the new champion.

The result was that Hopkins dropped to 52-6-2, including 32 knockouts. Dawson, 29, improved his record to 31-1, with 18 stoppage wins.

Hopkins was stopped for the first time in his career.

Hopkins was leaning over the crouching Dawson after throwing an overhand right when Dawson lifted the veteran off his feet before shrugging him to the canvas. Hopkins landed roughly on his left shoulder.

Hopkins immediately clutched the shoulder and grimaced in pain, unable to continue.

"They want me out of boxing, and this is one way to do it," Hopkins said. "Chad Dawson came in the ring tonight, and he just wanted to rough me up with dirty tactics. He wanted to get me out of there, and that was the only way he could."

After waiting nearly half a decade for a fight with Hopkins, Dawson was enraged when Hopkins stayed down.


Dawson angrily taunted Hopkins and climbed on the ropes. When Russell waved off the fight, Dawson went over to Hopkins and motioned at him to get off his stool, repeatedly cursing at him.

"He jumped on me and was pulling me down, so I pushed him off with the shoulder," Dawson said.

"B-Hop disappointed a lot of fans. I was looking forward to a good fight. I trained eight weeks for this. Yes, he was faking. This is a fight I wanted for three years, and Bernard obviously didn't want the fight."

"He keeps talking about Philly and being a gangster. He's no gangster. Gangsters don't quit. He's weak. He's a weak person, physically and mentally. He has no power."

Hopkins said he told Russell he would continue fighting "with one arm," but Russell waved off the fight and declared a TKO.

"It was not a foul," Russell said. "It's a TKO. He could not continue because of an injury. No foul."

The result could be contested by Hopkins, and even California officials acknowledged the first TKO on Hopkins's record could soon be up for debate in a boardroom.

"He couldn't continue, so it's a TKO for now," said George Dodd, the California State Athletic Commission's executive officer. "At this time, that's the call."


The brief fight will be an absurd chapter in the remarkable mid-life renaissance of Hopkins, who became the oldest man to win a significant world title last May with a victory over Jean Pascal, the only man who has beaten Dawson.

"He knew he wasn't in there with a 46-year-old, because I was quicker and faster than him," Hopkins said. "That was a blatant foul, and it should be a no-contest, not a disqualification."

Hopkins has defied all conventional wisdom about athletes and ageing ever since his career appeared finished after two decision losses to Jermain Taylor in 2005, when Hopkins was 40.

He won a light-heavyweight title with a stunning upset of Antonio Tarver in 2006 to start a 6-1-1 streak over his previous eight fights, beating Winky Wright, who is now Dawson's friend and training partner, along with Kelly Pavlik and Roy Jones Jr.

Dawson has been angling for a shot at Hopkins since shortly after winning his first world title four years ago, realising the fight could define his career, particularly if he could retire Hopkins with a stoppage victory.

Dawson got it, but not in a way anybody imagined.

"Let Bernard take his paycheck and refund it to everybody. We came to fight," said Gary Shaw, Dawson's promoter.

"What I really feel is Bernard is old, and he gave it all he could for as long as he could. He beat Pascal, but there was no way he could have beaten Chad."

Dawson maintained the champion was faking injury. He refused to say he would be willing to grant Hopkins a rematch, setting his eyes on Pascal instead.







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