Philly Mayor Nutter To Honor Bernard Hopkins On June 1—Open To Public

PHILADELPHIA MAYOR MICHAEL NUTTER TO HONOR BERNARD HOPKINS IN CELEBRATION OF HIS HISTORIC

LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP WIN

Wednesday, June 1 at 12:00 p.m. ET

At The Rocky Statue at The Philadelphia Museum of Art

**OPEN TO THE PUBLIC**

WHO: BERNARD HOPKINS, WBC, WBC Diamond & Ring Magazine Light

Heavyweight World Champion

MICHAEL NUTTER, Mayor of Philadelphia

 

WHEN: This Wednesday, June 1

11:30 a.m. ET – Media Arrival

12:00 p.m. ET – Event Begins

WHERE: The Rocky Statue at The Philadelphia Museum of Art

26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Philadelphia, PA 19130

 

WHAT: Join Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter as he honors newly crowned

WBC, WBC Diamond and Ring Magazine Light Heavyweight World

Champion Bernard Hopkins in celebration of Hopkins' age-defying

victory over Jean Pascal which made him the oldest fighter in boxing history

to win a world title.

**This event is open to the public.  Fans are encouraged to arrive early.**