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Sequel was one tired act

Listless Taylor retains title by edging lifeless Hopkins

By Ron Borges
Globe Staff / December 5, 2005

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LAS VEGAS -- If Bill Shakespeare had been writing about Saturday night's middleweight title fight between Jermain Taylor and Bernard Hopkins, it would have been much ado about nothing. It would have been a tempest in a teapot. All the threatening words from both sides leading up to it would have been seen to be nothing more than ''a tale ... (Full article: 1056 words)

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