Split Decisions: Bernard Hopkins Among 10 Boxers with Mixed Results in 2010

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Split Decisions: Bernard Hopkins Among 10 Boxers with Mixed Results in 2010
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A direct followup to "Boxing's 12 Biggest Winners of 2010: Did Manny Pacquiao Make The Cut?", this is part 2 of my 2010 year-end series, chronicling who helped, hurt and brought in mixed results for their career in 2010.

Note that this is not a "Fighter of the Year" thread, or anything remotely similar. 

Fighters on this particular list could have won every match, but ended up losing some credibility, or could have lost all of their matches, but won a significant degree of respect from diehard boxing fans.

The names and people on this list had a year that hasn't moved them up or down the ladder in significant fashion.  Many of these fighters had a big loss, coupled with an increase in notability.  Others went undefeated, but didn't do much to advance their careers.  Others didn't win or lose at all, but simply sat on the sidelines while things happened around them. 

Whatever the case, in Split Decisions, I look at the fighters who brought in mixed results for their careers in 2010.

(Read part 1, Boxing's 12 Biggest Winners of 2010: Did Manny Pacquiao Make The Cut?)

(Read part 3, Floyd Mayweather Jr., Ricky Hatton and Boxing's "Biggest Losers" of 2010)

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