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Named Fighter of the Year for 2000 by The Ring and the Boxing Writers Association of America.
Named the 51st best fighter of the last 80 years by The Ring in 2002.
Named the 30th greatest puncher of all-time by The Ring in 2003.

Career Notes
Trinidad was scheduled to face WBC super welterweight champion Terry Norris at Madison Square Garden on June 27, 1997. However, the fight was called off after Norris filed a lawsuit against promoter Don King and manager Joe Sayatovich. [2]
Trinidad sued Don King on June 25, 1998, alleging the promoter committed at least eight cases of fraud and 50 breaches of contract. Additionally, he alleged that his contract with King expired on June 11. The day after filing suit, Trinidad signed an eight-fight deal with Dino Duva of Main Events. Trinidad lost the legal battle to King in November and was forced to cancel his contact with Duva. Less than a week after losing the case, Trinidad signed a new contract with King. [3]
Trinidad, the WBA super welterweight champion, knocked out Fernando Vargas, the IBF junior middleweight champion, in a title unification fight on December 2, 2000. After unifying the 154-pound titles, Trinidad became the WBA "super" champion. Nevertheless, it seems that the "regular title" was vacated only after Trinidad defeated William Joppy to win the WBA middleweight title on May 12, 2001.
In July 2002, it was announced that Trinidad was retiring from boxing at the age of 29. Felix Trinidad Sr. said he and his son made the decision after speaking with Don King, who informed them that there was little chance of a rematch with Bernard Hopkins, the only man to beat Trinidad at that time. Trinidad would return and retire two more times. [4]

Career Factoids
Retired with a record of 20-1 (16 KOs) in world title fights.
Retired with a record of 12-3 (7 KOs) against former, current and future world titlists. Won against Jake Rodriguez, Maurice Blocker, Hector Camacho, Yory Boy Campas, Freddie Pendleton, Pernell Whitaker, Oscar De La Hoya, David Reid, Fernando Vargas, William Joppy, Hacine Cherifi, Ricardo Mayorga
Lost against Bernard Hopkins, Ronald (Winky) Wright, Roy Jones Jr.
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trinidad de P.R. icon greatest fights includes his war vs
Vargas and Mayorga and his loss to Hopkings. EL GRAN CAMPEON BORICUA
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