Felix Trinidad 33 Career Boxing Fights On 12 DVDs With Menus
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               FELIX TRINIDAD 33 fights on 12 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Felix Trinidad vs Vilarino
Felix Trinidad vs Ocasio
Felix Trinidad vs Perez
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FELIX TRINIDAD 33 fights on 12 boxing DVDS
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Fights Boxing DVD 3
Felix Trinidad vs Campas
Felix Trinidad vs Carr
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Felix Trinidad vs De La Hoya
Fights Boxing DVD 2
Felix Trinidad vs Blocker
Felix Trinidad vs Garcia
Felix Trinidad vs Stephens
Felix Trinidad vs Camacho
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Felix Trinidad vs Pendleton
Felix Trinidad vs Lovato
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Felix Trinidad vs Mayorga
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Felix Trinidad vs Vargas
Felix Trinidad vs Joppy

Juan Felix "Tito" Trinidad Garcia (born January 10, 1973), best known as Felix Trinidad, is a Puerto Rican former professional boxer, considered one of the best in Puerto Rico's history. After winning five National amateur Championships in Puerto Rico, Trinidad debuted as a professional when he was seventeen. He would go on to become a three-weight world champion, first by defeating Maurice Blocker for the IBF welterweight title. Trinidad holds the record for the second most welterweight title defenses, with fifteen, and also holds the record for the longest reign as welterweight champion, at six years, eight months and fourteen days.


During his career he fought Oscar De La Hoya to win the lineal and WBC welterweight titles; Fernando Vargas in a unification fight for the IBF light middleweight title; and William Joppy to win the WBA middleweight title. Trinidad's first professional loss was against Bernard Hopkins, who scored a technical knockout. Following this, Trinidad retired for the first time. He returned to action by beating Ricardo Mayorga and, after a losing effort against Winky Wright, retired a second time. In 2008, he returned to the ring to fight Roy Jones Jr., losing the contest by unanimous decision. Subsequently, Trinidad entered a five-year hiatus without clarifying the status of his career.


Trinidad is frequently mentioned among the best Puerto Rican boxers of all time by sports journalists and analysts, along with Miguel Cotto, Wilfred Benitez, Wilfredo Gomez, Hector "Macho" Camacho, and Carlos Ortiz.


On June 4, 2014, Trinidad was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame, thus becoming the tenth Puerto Rican to receive such an honor.


Professional career


Trinidad debuted as a professional on March 10, 1990, when he was 17 years old. The fight was against Angel Romero, another debuting boxer, in a contest that Trinidad won by knockout in the second round. In the beginning of his career he knocked out nine of his first 10 opponents. He then competed against more experienced boxers like Jake Rodriguez, whom he fought on December 6, 1991. Trinidad won the fight by unanimous decision but suffered an injury on his right hand. He was then inactive for five months while recovering from the injury.


Raul Gonzalez fought Felix Trinidad on May 3, 1992 in Cayey, Puerto Rico. This fight was the main event of the night. Both Gonzalez and Trinidad weighed in at 142 pounds. Gonzalez had a record of 8-2-3 with 5 KOs, while Trinidad had a record of 13-0 with 10 KOs. Gonzalez went down three times, and Trinidad took the victory in round four by TKO. Trinidad would add another victory by KO to his record and would now make it 14-0 with 11 KOs.


Welterweight title

Trinidad traveled to San Diego, California and defeated the IBF welterweight champion Maurice Blocker in two rounds, in a fight card that took place on June 19, 1993, televised by Showtime. Trinidad spent the first two minutes of the fight analyzing Blocker's style. With 11 seconds left in the first round, one of Trinidad's punches injured Blocker, who barely survived the round. In the second round, the champion's condition appeared to improve, but after the first 30 seconds, another Trinidad punch injured him. Trinidad followed with a combination, scoring a knockout at 1:49 in the round when the referee stopped the fight. Afterwards, tournament organizer Don King's exclusive relationship to stage fights for the cable channel Showtime meant that Trinidad would be showcased regularly on Showtime Championship Boxing.


Trinidad vs Camacho

Trinidad defended his title for the next three years against several opponents. Trinidad's first fight in Las Vegas was against Hector Camacho on January 29, 1994. He was cautious during the first rounds and received a cut over his left eye. In the third round he connected a solid combination that made Camacho change to a defensive stance. Throughout the fight Trinidad was on the offensive and won the fight by unanimous decision, in what was his first decision since he won the world championship. The scores awarded by the judges were 117-109, 116-110, 119-106.






Fights Boxing DVD 5
Felix Trinidad vs Whitaker
Felix Trinidad vs Pineda
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Felix Trinidad vs Reid
Felix Trinidad vs Thiam
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Felix Trinidad vs Hopkins
Felix Trinidad vs Cherifi
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Felix Trinidad vs Jones Jr.
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Felix Trinidad vs Wright
Felix Trinidad vs Rodriguez
Felix Trinidad vs Cortes
Felix Trinidad vs Hughes
Felix Trinidad vs Aguirre
Felix Trinidad vs Turner
Felix Trinidad vs Barnes
Felix Trinidad vs Moore
Felix Trinidad vs Lueshing
Felix Trinidad vs Waters
Felix Trinidad vs Zulu


Trinidad vs. Joppy

Following his fight with Vargas, Trinidad moved up in weight-this time to participate in Don King's middleweight unification tournament featuring IBF champion Bernard Hopkins, WBA champion William Joppy, and WBC champion Keith Holmes. Trinidad was matched with Joppy, whom he defeated by technical knockout in the fifth round of a contest that took place on May 12, 2001. Joppy opened the first round of the offensive, but late in the round Trinidad scored a knockdown with a combination of punches that came close to throwing Joppy underneath the ropes. Trinidad subsequently scored a knockdown in the fourth round, during this stage of the competition he was using combinations of left hooks and right punches to the head. in the fifth round Trinidad scored another knockdown, Joppy attempted to continue the fight, but while he was using the ropes to help him stand, the referee stopped the fight. When the contest was over, Trinidad explained his strategy by stating: "I knew he wanted to impose his will, his weight, and I wouldn't let him do it."

Trinidad vs. Hopkins

The middleweight unification fight between Hopkins and Trinidad was originally scheduled for September 15, 2001, and the Madison Square Garden. On the morning of September 11, terrorists attacked the World Trade Center. Following this incident, the fight was postponed indefinitely. After receiving assurances from Madison Square Garden Officials and the City of New York, Don Kind rescheduled the fight for September 29. The pace of the fight in the early rounds was slow, with each boxer studying his opponent. In the second round Hopkins connected some combinations while Trinidad pursued the offensive in the fourth round and both boxers traded sequences of punches. This pattern continued in the fifth round with Trinidad showing an aggressive style while Hopkins relied on jabs. In the sixth Trinidad continued an offensive stance and won the round after trading several combinations. Both fighters continued to exchange punches in the eighth and ninth rounds with Hopkins connecting three consecutive solid punches. In the twelfth round Hopkins' scored a knockdown, but before the contest could continue Trinidad's father entered the ring, which led to the referee stopping the fight by technical knockout.