Ripley's Entertainment has unveiled the wax figure of boxer Bernard "The Executioner" Hopkins that was made at its Orlando headquarters.
Hopkins received "believe it or not" status by becoming the oldest fighter in boxing history to win a major world championship. At 46 years old, he defeated Jean Pascal, 28, in May, besting the record set by George Foreman 16 years ago.
Ripley's has not announced which of its odditoriums the new figure will take permanent resident. A replica is being made for Hopkins' personal use.
"I look forward to having the figure in my trophy room alongside my belts and other boxing memorabilia," Hopkins said. "I am going to put it under a beautiful light, but it is not going to be too hot for fear of melting my better half."
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