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Félix 'Tito' Trinidad Jr. was born January 8, 1971. He is a boxer from San Juan, Puerto Rico and a previous champion of the International Boxing Federation and the World Boxing Council. Trinidad has an inspiring record of 42 wins and 1 loss, with 35 wins by knockout. Trinidad's father, Felix Trinidad Sr. is a previous Puerto Rico Featherweight champion who once fought the legendary Salvador Sanchez, lasting five rounds in San Antonio, Texas.

When Trinidad Sr. decided to turn his son into a professional boxer rather than wait for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, he was met with skepticism and criticism from Puerto Rico's top boxing professionals. Trinidad Jr, however, proved them wrong rapidly by burying opponent after opponent to the canvas. Among Trinidad's victims was Jake Rodriguez , a fellow Puerto Rican and past Jr. Welterweight champion of the world, who was the only one to last 10 rounds with him during this period.

In 1993, Trinidad travelled to San Diego, California and beaten the crafty defending world Welterweight champion Maurice Blocker in two rounds, in a fight televised by Showtime. It was the start of a long lasting friendship between the new champion and the cable network.

Defending this title, Félix 'Tito' Trinidad beat previous and future world champions Hector 'Macho' Camacho, Freddie Pendleton , and 'Yori Boy' Campas between others. Trinidad kept defending the title until he was able to sign for an unification fight with the other world Welterweight champ, Oscar De La Hoya. During all of that, Trinidad changed alliegances from Showtime to HBO.


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