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Showtime to televise LEONARD, HAGLER, HEARNS, TRINIDAD old fights

NEW YORK (March 2, 2016) – SHOWTIME Sports rolls out its third installment of a year-long salute commemorating 30 years of SHOWTIME CHAMPIONSHIP BOXING in March with “Legends’’. This month will be highlighted by legends Sugar Ray Leonard, Marvelous Marvin Hagler, Felix Trinidad, Ricardo “Finito” Lopez and George Foreman. Seven of the most unforgettable and […]

Felix Trinidad Picks Canelo over Cotto, Discredits Cotto’s Recent Wins

By Raj Parmar: Puerto Rican boxing icon Felix Trinidad is seemingly not a huge fan of his countryman and current middleweight champion Miguel Cotto. As the megabout between Cotto and popular Mexican star Saul “Canelo” Alvarez gets closer to being finalized for later this year, Trinidad is siding with Canelo to get the victory. While […]

Looking Back – 18th September 1999: Oscar De La Hoya vs Felix Trinidad

By Peter Wells (twitter- @boxingpeter): With the upcoming latest installment of the Mexico-Puerto Rico rivalry coming up on June 15th when Mikey Garcia of Mexico takes on Juan Manuel Lopez of Puerto Rico, I felt it fitting to look back at a much talked about Mexico-Puerto Rico match-up which I had yet to witness until […]

George Foreman and Felix Trinidad celebrate birthdays today

By Allan Fox: Former 1968 U.S Olympic heavyweight Gold medalist and former IBF/WBA/WBC World heavyweight champion George Foreman (76-5, 68 KO’s) turns 64 today. Also, former three division world champion Felix “Tito” Trinidad (42-3, 35 KO’s) turns 40 today. Trinidad was one of the best welterweights in boxing in the 1990s, beating the likes of […]

Who do you pick? Pacquiao vs. Trinidad

By Gerardo Granados: This fight was signed with no catch weight involved, both boxers agreed to fight at a limit 147 pounds to unify the IBF and WBO welterweight belts, and it will take place at the new Yankee Stadium in New York.… Read

Miguel Cotto-Felix Trinidad: Felix says he’s up for the challenge- News

By Peter Wells: In very recent news according to news in Puerto Rico, the once great Felix Trinidad is interested in fighting fellow Puerto Rican former World Boxing Organization welterweight champion Miguel Cotto. Tito was a legend and one of the best boxers on the planet, but his career went to pot after being embarrassed […]

Is Trinidad the Best That Hopkins Can Come Up With?

By Dave Lahr: I don’t know what Bernard Hopkins (49-5-1, 32 KOs) is thinking by looking at fighting a rematch with 36-year-old Felix Trinidad (42-3, 35 KOs). Hopkins is supposedly kicking around the idea of fighting Trinidad in November for what, I have no idea. This has got to be one of the worst ideas […]

Trinidad vs. Hopkins Rematch in November? – News

By Manuel Perez: According to Elnuevodia, Felix Trinidad (42-3, 35 KOs)and Bernard Hopkins (49-5-1, 32 KOs) may be fighting a rematch in November this year. According to the article, Trinidad met with promoter Don King about making the revenge match against the 44-year-old Hopkins in November. King said “We are going to make the revenge […]

Trinidad Wants Bouts With Pavlik and Hopkins

By Manuel Perez: In an article by Jaime Torres Torres at El Neuvodia, former welterweight and light middleweight champion Felix Trinidad (42-3, 35 KOs) is interested in a fight with WBC/WBO middleweight champion Kelly Pavlik and getting a rematch with Bernard Hopkins, saying ” “Hopkins beat me, but he never wanted to give me a […]

Cotto-Margarito: Trinidad Would Have Never Taken a Knee

By Manuel Perez: Felix Trinidad (42-3, 35 KOs) has always been one of my favorite fighters, a warrior that never gave an inch, even in losses to Winky Wright, Roy Jones Jr. and Bernard Hopkins. After seeing Miguel Cotto (32-1, 26 KOs) twice take a knee against Antonio Margarito in their recent fight on July […]

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