Felix Trinidad Fight-by-Fight Career Record

From 1990 to 2008

Felix Trinidad Fight-by-Fight Career Record
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Felix 'Tito' Trinidad was one of Puerto Rico's finest ever pugilists. Here's a full break down of his professional career, fight by fight:

42 Wins, 3 Losses, 35 Knockouts

1990

Mar. 10 — Angel Romero, San Juan, Puerto Rico, TKO 2
Apr. 7 — Israel Ponce, Miramar, Puerto Rico, TKO 2
June 21 — William Lopez, San Juan, Puerto Rico, TKO 1
July 27 — Omar Alegre, Capo D'Oralndo, Italy, TKO 5
Sep. 6 — Jose Vilarino, San Juan, Puerto Rico, TKO 2
Oct.

3 — Valentin Ocasio, San Juan, Puerto Rico, W 6
Nov. 13 — Luis Perez, San Juan, Puerto Rico, KO 2

1991

Mar. 13 — Noe Rivera, San Juan, Puerto Rico, TKO 1
May 1 — Felix Vazquez, San Juan, Puerto Rico, TKO 3
June 21 — Manuel Soles, Miami, Florida, TKO 5
July 10 — Darren McGrew, San Juan, Puerto Rico, W 10
Oct. 25 — Lorenzo Bouie, Miami, Florida, KO 1
Dec. 6 — Jake Rodriguez, San Juan, Puerto Rico, W 10

1992

May 3 — Raul Gonzalez, San Juan, Puerto Rico, KO 4
July 18 — Joe Alexander, San Juan, Puerto Rico, KO 1
Oct. 3 — Alberto Cortes, Paris, France, TKO 3

1993

Feb. 13 — Henry Hughes, San Juan, Puerto Rico, TKO 1
Feb. 20 — Pedro Aguirre, Mexico City, Mexico, KO 4
May 8 — Colin Tomlinson, Condado, Puerto Rico, KO 1
June 19 — Maurice Blocker, San Diego, California, KO 2
(Captured IBF welterweight title)
Aug. 6 — Luis Garcia, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, KO 1
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
Oct. 23 — Anthony Stephens, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, KO 10
(Retained IBF welterweight title)

1994

Jan. 29 — Hector Camacho, Las Vegas, Nevada, W 12
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
Sep. 17 — Yory Boy Campas, Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO 4
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
Dec. 10 — Oba Carr, Monterrey, Mexico, TKO 8
(Retained IBF welterweight title)

1995

Apr. 8 — Roger Turner, Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO 2

(Retained IBF welterweight title)
Nov.

18 — Larry Barnes, Atlantic City, New Jersey, TKO 4
(Retained IBF welterweight title)

1996

Feb. 10 — Rodney Moore, Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO 4
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
May 18 — Freddie Pendleton, Las Vegas, Nevada, KO 5
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
Sep. 7 — Ray Lovato, Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO 6
(Retained IBF welterweight title)

1997

Jan. 11 — Kevin Leushing, Nashville, Tennessee, TKO 3
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
Aug. 23 — Troy Waters, New York City, KO 1

1998

Apr. 3 — Mahenge Zulu, Bayamon, Puerto Rico, KO 4
(Retained IBF welterweight title)

1999

Feb. 20 — Pernell Whitaker, New York, W 12
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
May 29 — Hugo Pineda, San Juan, Puerto Rico, KO 4
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
Sep. 18 — Oscar de la Hoya, Las Vegas, W 12
(Retained IBF welterweight title)
(Captured WBC welterweight title)

2000

Mar. 3 — David Reid, Las Vegas, Nevada, W 12
(Captured WBA super welterweight title)
July 22 — Mamadou Thiam, Miami, Florida, TKO 3
(Retained WBA super welterweight title)
Dec. 2 — Fernando Vargas, Las Vegas, Nevada, TKO 12
(Retained WBA super welterweight title)
(Captured IBF junior middleweight title)

2001

May 12 — William Joppy, New York, New York, TKO 5
(Captured WBA middleweight title)
Sept.

29 — Bernard Hopkins, New York, New York, TKO by 12
(Lost WBA middleweight title)
(For WBC and IBF middleweight title)

2002

May 11 — Hacine Cherifi, San Juan, Puerto Rico, TKO 4

2003 

*INACTIVE*

2004

Oct. 2 — Ricardo Mayorga, New York, NY, TKO 8

2005

May 14 — Winky Wright, Las Vegas, NV, L 12 *RECAP*

2006

*INACTIVE*

2007

*INACTIVE*

2008

Jan. 19 — Roy Jones Jr., New York, NY, L 12 *RECAP*