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Jermain Taylor did it once again, and once again he didn't do it by much.
Taylor beat Bernard Hopkins by decision Saturday night, retaining his middleweight titles in a fight that was strikingly similar to the first fight between the two in July.
Taylor won that fight by split decision, while he took the rematch by unanimous decision. But the fight was so close that all three ringside judges favored Taylor only by a 115-113 margin. The Associated Press had Taylor winning 115-114.