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  1. Félix Juan Trinidad García (born January 10, 1973), popularly known as " Tito " Trinidad, is a Puerto Rican former professional boxer who competed from 1990 to 2008. He held multiple world championships in three weight classes and is said to be one of the greatest Puerto Rican boxers of all time. [2]

    • Personal life

      Félix Trinidad was born in Fajardo, Puerto Rico, to a Puerto...

    • Titles in boxing

      Major world titles: • IBF welterweight champion • WBC...

  2. Félix Trinidad Félix Juan Trinidad García o Félix «Tito» Trinidad, Jr. (Cupey Alto, Puerto Rico, 10 de enero de 1973) es un boxeador profesional que ha sido campeón multi-división de la Federación Internacional de Boxeo (IBF), la Asociación Mundial de Boxeo (WBA) y del Consejo Mundial de Boxeo (WBC).

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    Derrota
    42-3
    UD
    Derrota
    42-2
    UD
    Victoria
    42-1
    TKO
    Victoria
    41-1
    TKO
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  3. Félix Trinidad - Wikipedia Félix Trinidad Félix Juan "Tito" Trinidad ( Fajardo, 10 gennaio 1973) è un ex pugile portoricano . È considerato uno dei pugili portoricani più forti di sempre.

  4. Félix Juan Trinidad Soria Geburtstag 10. Januar 1973: Geburtsort Cupey Alto: Nationalität Puerto-ricanisch: Kampfname(n) Tito Gewichtsklasse Weltergewicht: Stil Linksauslage Größe 1,80 m Kampfstatistik als Profiboxer/in Kämpfe 45 Siege 42 K.-o.-Siege 35 Niederlagen 3 Profil in der BoxRec-Datenbank

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    Felix Trinidad Sr. is a Puerto Rican former professional boxer and prominent boxing trainer. Mostly remembered for training his son, International Boxing Hall of Fame member Félix Trinidad, Felix Trinidad Sr. nevertheless was a Featherweight boxer during the middle and late 1970s and the early 1980s, who fought the likes of Salvador Sanchez and Enr...

    Trinidad Sr. began his professional boxer career by taking on 9-1 Nick Ortiz on March 31, 1975, in San Juan, losing by sixth-round knockout. Three weeks later, he got his first professional boxing win when he defeated a debutant, Francisco Sullivan, by a second-round knockout, also in San Juan. Trinidad Sr. lost two of his next three bouts and took...

    Early in 1990, Trinidad Sr. announced that his son, Félix Trinidad Jr., would begin a professional boxing career of his own instead of waiting for the 1992 Summer Olympics due to a dispute with the local amateur boxing authority. He was severely criticized by some on the national press, but the Trinidads went on with their plans. In 1993, Félix Tri...

    On July, 2012, during a radio interview at a station named Z-93, Trinidad Sr. slapped show host Rony Campos, known as "Rony The Hyper" on his face. This was part of a challenge by Hyper to Trinidad Sr. himself and was done in jest. During 2012, Trinidad, Sr. along with his son and others like former baseball player Juan González and sportscaster Ra...

  5. Félix Trinidad vs. Roy Jones Jr. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Félix Trinidad vs. Roy Jones Jr., billed as Bring on the Titans, was a professional boxing match contested on January 19, 2008. The non-title bout was fought with a catch weight of 170 pounds. Contents 1 Background 2 The Fight 3 Aftermath 4 References Background [ edit]

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