Hopkins vs Pascal Results: Jean Will Beat Bernard by Unanimous Decision
If you have been following this article all day long in-order to find the results for Hopkins vs. Pascal before the two even step foot in the ring together for second time, then this is the post you have been waiting for.
At the end of my predictions for rounds 9 and 10 I had Pascal leading my scorecard, 96-93. Now let's looks at the last two rounds.
Many members of the boxing media and hardcore fans have gave Jean Pascal a reputation as a fighter who fades as the fight goes on. He is not known for doing very well in the later rounds of fights. Today, however, he proves his critics wrong.
In the 11th round Pascal begins to school the 46-year-old future hall of famer with beautiful boxing technique. His jab is working to perfection and Hopkins can't do anything to avoid it. For the first time in a long time, B-Hop is finally showing his age. He is tired and just can't compete with Pascal at this point in the fight.
Round 11 clearly goes to Pascal, 10-9.
When the bell rings for the 12th and final round both fighters touch gloves and go to work. Hopkins wants to be aggressive, but he's just too exhausted to do anything. He's looking for the one punch knockout, but it's not going to happen. Not tonight. Pascal knows he's ahead on the scorecards and isn't going to be denied the biggest victory of his life.
Pascal is a jabbing fool in round 12 and has no problem winning the round, 10-9.
Both fighters hug in the middle of the ring after the fight and congratulate each other for a hard fought rematch. Hopkins keeps his head held low as he knows he didn't do enough to win.
The final scorecards all read is 116-111 all for the winner by unanimous decision Jean Pascal.
During the post-fight interviews Bernard Hopkins says he will consider retirement and suggests that father time has finally caught up to him. He wishes Pascal nothing but success in the future.
That concludes my predictions for Bernard Hopkins vs. Jean Pascal. Enjoy the fight and stay tuned for the latest results from throughout the boxing match!
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