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In a professional boxing career spanning 17 years and 10 months, Félix Trinidad fought 45 times with 42 wins and 3 losses.
Trinidad retired from professional boxing with a record of 42-3, which included five world-title wins and 17 successful title defense fights at two weight classes — welterweight and super-welterweight. He had a 77.8% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 35 of his total 45 fights being knockout wins, 16 of which were in title fights. The only knockout loss in Trinidad's career was a 12th round TKO loss to Bernard Hopkins in a middleweight title fight.
His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Roy Jones Jr. on January 19, 2008.
Some of Trinidad's best fights and notable victories include wins over three Hall-of-Famers (Oscar De La Hoya, Pernell Whitaker, and Héctor Camacho), William Joppy, Fernando Vargas, Luis Ramon Campas, and Ricardo Mayorga.
|45||Jan 19, 2008||35||Roy Jones Jr.||Loss||UD|
|44||May 14, 2005||32||Winky Wright||Loss||UD|
|43||Oct 2, 2004||31||Ricardo Mayorga||Win||TKO8|
|42||May 11, 2002||29||Hacine Cherifi||Win||TKO4|
|41||Sep 29, 2001||28||Bernard Hopkins||Loss *||TKO12|
|40||May 12, 2001||28||William Joppy||Win *||TKO5|
|39||Dec 2, 2000||27||Fernando Vargas||Win *||TKO12|
|38||Jul 22, 2000||27||Mamadou Thiam||Win *||TKO3|
|37||Mar 3, 2000||27||David Reid||Win *||UD|
|36||Sep 18, 1999||26||Oscar De La Hoya||Win *||MD|
|35||May 29, 1999||26||Hugo Pineda||Win *||KO4|
|34||Feb 20, 1999||26||Pernell Whitaker||Win *||UD|
|33||Apr 3, 1998||25||Mahenge Zulu||Win *||KO4|
|32||Aug 23, 1997||24||Troy Waters||Win||KO1|
|31||Jan 11, 1997||24||Kevin Lueshing||Win *||TKO3|
|30||Sep 7, 1996||23||Ray Lovato||Win *||TKO6|
|29||May 18, 1996||23||Freddie Pendleton||Win *||KO5|
|28||Feb 10, 1996||23||Rodney Moore||Win *||RTD4|
|27||Nov 18, 1995||22||Larry Barnes||Win *||TKO4|
|26||Apr 8, 1995||22||Roger Turner||Win *||TKO2|
|25||Dec 10, 1994||21||Oba Carr||Win *||TKO8|
|24||Sep 17, 1994||21||Luis Ramon Campas||Win *||TKO4|
|23||Jan 29, 1994||21||Héctor Camacho||Win *||UD|
|22||Oct 23, 1993||20||Anthony Stephens||Win *||KO10|
|21||Aug 6, 1993||20||Luis Garcia||Win *||TKO1|
|20||Jun 19, 1993||20||Maurice Blocker||Win *||KO2|
|19||May 8, 1993||20||Colin Tomlinson||Win||KO1|
|18||Feb 20, 1993||20||Pedro Aguirre||Win||TKO4|
|17||Feb 13, 1993||20||Henry Hughes||Win||TKO1|
|16||Oct 3, 1992||19||Alberto de las Mercedes Cortes||Win||TKO3|
|15||Jul 18, 1992||19||Joseph Alexander||Win||KO1|
|14||May 3, 1992||19||Raul Gonzalez||Win||TKO4|
|13||Dec 6, 1991||18||Jake Rodriguez||Win||UD|
|12||Oct 25, 1991||18||Lorenzo Bouie||Win||TKO1|
|11||Jul 10, 1991||18||Darren McGrew||Win||UD|
|10||Jun 21, 1991||18||Manuel Salas||Win||TKO5|
|9||May 1, 1991||18||Felix Vasquez||Win||TKO3|
|8||Mar 13, 1991||18||Noe Rivera||Win||TKO1|
|7||Nov 13, 1990||17||Luis Felipe Perez||Win||TKO2|
|6||Oct 3, 1990||17||Valentin Ocasio||Win||UD|
|5||Sep 6, 1990||17||Jose Vilarino||Win||KO2|
|4||Jul 27, 1990||17||Omar Victoriano Alegre||Win||TKO5|
|3||Jun 21, 1990||17||William Lopez||Win||TKO1|
|2||Apr 7, 1990||17||Israel Ponce||Win||TKO2|
|1||Mar 10, 1990||17||Angel Romero||Win||KO2|
* World-title fight
Félix Trinidad (Tito) is a 50-year old retired Puerto Rican professional boxer. He was born in Fajardo, Puerto Rico on January 10, 1973. He is a former three-weight-class world champion. Trinidad was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 2014. His professional boxing career spanned more than 17 years — from 1990 to 2008.
Trinidad made his professional boxing debut against Angel Romero at the age of 17 on March 10, 1990, defeating Romero via 2nd round KO. He went on to win 39 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 32 wins via stoppage.
He had his first world title fight at the age of 20 on June 19, 1993 after 19 professional fights, against Maurice Blocker for the welterweight IBF title. He defeated Blocker via 2nd round KO to become the welterweight champion of the world.
Félix Trinidad was a two-time unified world champion — at super-welterweight and welterweight, and has won five world titles at three weight classes. For all the details about Trinidad's world title wins and defenses refer to "Félix Trinidad World Titles".
Trinidad had a total of three losses in his professional boxing career.
His last professional fight was a non-title bout against American boxer Roy Jones Jr. on January 19, 2008. Trinidad lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 15 years, 10 months, and 20 days since this fight.
For a very detailed list Trinidad's fights refer to "All of Félix Trinidad's fights".
Trinidad fought a total of 45 times during his professional career, which includes 21 world-title fights at three weight divisions. He was among the very best of his generation and is one of the pound-for-pound best boxers of all time. These eight fights are the highlight of his career.
June 19, 1993: Trinidad wins his first world title by defeating Maurice Blocker via 2nd round KO. He is now the IBF welterweight world champion.
January 29, 1994: Trinidad successfully defends the IBF welterweight title against Héctor Camacho, winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.
September 17, 1994: Trinidad successfully defends the IBF welterweight title against Luis Ramon Campas, winning the fight via 4th round TKO.
February 20, 1999: Trinidad successfully defends the IBF welterweight title against Pernell Whitaker, winning the fight via 12 round unanimous decision.
September 18, 1999: Trinidad becomes a unified welterweight world champion by beating Oscar De La Hoya via 12 round majority decision. He now holds the IBF and WBC welterweight world-champion belts.
December 2, 2000: Trinidad becomes a unified super-welterweight world champion by beating Fernando Vargas via 12th round TKO. He now holds the WBA and IBF super-welterweight world-champion belts.
May 12, 2001: Trinidad wins the WBA middleweight title from William Joppy, by beating Joppy via 5th round TKO.
October 2, 2004: Félix Trinidad beats Ricardo Mayorga via 8th round TKO.
Trinidad was a three-weight-division world champion. He has held five world titles, all five of which were lineal championship wins.
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