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Jean Pascal will be looking to send Bernard Hopkins into retirement when the pair get it on in Quebec City on Saturday night.
The Haiti-born Canadian will defend his WBC light-heavyweight title against the former undisputed middleweight champion, who turns 46 next month.
Hopkins has won his last three fights over the course of the past two years but has finally started to show signs of slowing down, besting another veteran depleted Roy Jones last time out over 12 tedious rounds.
And Pascal (26-1) believes this could be the end of the road for Hopkins, who has managed to elongate his career above 160lbs with victories over Antonio Tarver, Winky Wright and Kelly Pavlik.
"I'm going to bring my A game and let's see if the teacher can still teach," he said. "I found some things I can exploit on December 18 - I have two or three surprises for him.
"Bernard Hopkins says that the smartest guy will win. He says he is the intelligent man and I am the idiot. After the fight, everyone will know who the dummy really is."
Hopkins, who has never been stopped in his 51-5-1 career, is likely to adopt his usual peek-a-boo tactics in a bid to stifle Pascal's ambitions.
"Instead of looking at 45 as a negative, I'm proud to say that as of today, I'm an example of good fortune and also taking care of your yourself," he said. "And knowing the art of boxing. The art boxing is plain and simple: Hit and not get hit.
"My life has been about proving people wrong. Pascal has to worry about what I'm bringing to the table. I'm known for ruining careers.
"If Bernard Hopkins don't win this fight, and win this fight impressively, there's nothing else to do. I won't be a name for an opponent."
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