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Felix Trinidad To "Officially" Announce Retirement

By Mark Vester

Felix Trinidad Sr, father and trainer of Felix "Tito"" Trinidad, says that his son will soon announce his retirement. Trinidad has been out of the ring since last January's decision loss to Roy Jones Jr. The fight with Jones was his first in nearly three years. Trinidad has retired twice in the past. The first time was in 2002. He returned in 2004 and retired again in 2005 after his loss to Winky Wright.

"He is going to announce [his plans] to everyone in Puerto Rico, but I understand that retirement should be the decision. The truth is that "Tito" has not visited the gym since he fought with Roy Jones. Tito does not have anything left to show. He has done it all. He fought with the best, he was champion in three divisions," Trinidad Sr. told Primera Hora.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by theKOkid on 09-23-2009

A true warrior who was not afraid to fight anyone...even if it meant going up to weight classes he shouldn't have been at. A definite Hall of Famer! 5 time world champion in 3 different weight classes. He gave quite…

Comment by noroi on 09-23-2009

Nice decision, he is already a legend and at his age he has nothing to prove anymore...

Comment by ortizracing on 09-23-2009

Before cotto there was trinidad..

Comment by PensionKiller on 09-23-2009

Tito was already kinda retired. It's like Maywetaher retiring on and off just that he isn't as good anymore.

Comment by Inthewhitegirls on 09-23-2009

Without his wraps tito was a B fighter anyway.

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