Price per Head Sportsbooks: Hopkins wants to make history once again

Bernard HopkinsBernard Hopkins said that there will be more than two world titles at stake when he faces Beibut Shumenov on Saturday night in Washington, and price per head sportsbooks can’t wait to see what will happen in the ring when this fight gets underway.

Pay per head services can see that once again, the IBF light-heavyweight champion will try to make history by extending his own record as the oldest world champion in the history of the sport.

But the 49-year-old who’s very well known with price per head sportsbooks says that this weekend his legacy will be in jeopardy when he faces the WBA title holder, but many of his fans are confident that he will have no trouble against his opponent.

“This is really a defence of my legacy – belts are nice, but they’re nicer when you’re younger and establishing a foundation,” he said.

“My foundation was laid down years ago. You get what you put in most of the time and then you get the times where you have to fight for what you want.

“Enjoy and understand that this is history. I’m defending something bigger than a title. My legendary 20 plus year legacy is more important than anything around my waist.

And pay per head services also know how important this fight is to Hopkins, and are very eager to see how he will perform when this fight gets underway.

“He’s motivated to fight me, he said he’s been dreaming of this all his life.

Understand one thing, be careful what you wish for.”

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Price per head sportsbooks also found out that in a world title triple-header, Shawn Porter will make a first defence of the IBF welterweight strap that he took in December from Devon Alexander against Paulie Malignaggi, New York veteran.

Peter ‘Kid Chocolate’ Quillin is also set to defend his WBO middleweight title against a very tough European Lucas Konecny, and pay per head services are anticipating plenty of action in the ring.