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It is a common phrase that is thrown around within the boxing fraternity, ‘size matters’ and former 2-weight divisional kingpins, Bernard Hopkins and Rosendo Alvarez have spoken of their belief that will be the case when Vasyl Lomachenko and Guillermo Rigondeaux collide and do battle for the WBO featherweight world championship on December 9th at the Mecca of boxing in Madison Square Garden.

Bernard Hopkins famously made the climb two full weight divisions from middleweight to dethrone IBO and Lineal light heavyweight titleholder, Antonio Tarver. While stressing his belief that Rigondeaux is a phenomenally gifted fighter but he thinks its too big a task to hold off a fighter so much bigger who almost matches you in every aspect of the skill department.

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