View Full Version : Trivia. The triples.


BattlingNelson
01-12-2010, 05:09 PM
Fancy some more trivia?

Here we go:

There has been a lot of triples in boxing history. Ali-Frazier, Zale-Graziano etc. An interesting fact is that the triple of Patterson-Johansson was in fact Johansson's only fights for the world title.

Questions:

A: Name another world champion who's entire world-title career consisted of only one trippel.


hhascup: Pedro Carrasco
1SILVA: Luis Santana-154 pound triple against Terry Norris

B: ...and a world champion whos entire championship career consisted of 2 triples.
hhascup: Duilio Loi

C: Name a worldchampionship triple that was fought in 2 different weightclasses.
Shobox: Duran-Leonard

D: .... and one that was fought in 3 different weightclasses.

SHOBOX: morales-barrera


E: Name some worldchampionship triples fought in 2 different countries.

1silva: Jeff Chandler-Eijiro Murata
Bundana: Vicente Saldivar-Howard Winstone, Frankie Randall-Juan Coggi, Loi-Ortiz, Tiger-Fullmer.
BUNDANA: Petey Sarron vs Freddie Miller
hhascup: Shoji Ogums - Chan-Hee Park, E
Efren Torres - Chartchai Chionoi, Paul Pender - Terry Downes

F: ...and in 3 different countries.
Shobox: Harding-Andries
hhascup: Carlos Ortiz and Ismael Laguna, Tommy Burns - Bill Squires

G: Emile Griffith fought 3 different worldchampionship triples. Two at welterweight (Paret, Rodriguez) and one at middleweight (Benvenuti). Name another worldchampion who fought world championship triples at 2 different weights.

1SILVA: Carlos Ortiz

H: One of the latest world championship triples was Ruiz-Holyfield. Overall that triple didn't have a winner as there was one win a piece and a draw. Name other fighters where the overall result was 1-1-1 in their world championship fights.


SHOBOX: clinton woods - glen johnson
hhascup: Azumah Nelson - Jesse James Leija, Loi-Perkins, Roman-Laciar.
BUNDANA: Betulio Gonzalez vs Shoji Oguma


Surely this piece will have the nerds occupied for a while or.......?






(Again credit Joe Grim from lionheartboxing forum)

S H O B O X
01-12-2010, 05:13 PM
for your last question clinton woods glen johnson come to mind

BattlingNelson
01-12-2010, 05:20 PM
for your last question clinton woods glen johnson come to mind
Yep. That's correct.

S H O B O X
01-12-2010, 05:23 PM
D: morales barrera

BattlingNelson
01-12-2010, 05:28 PM
D: morales barrera
Yes sir. :fing02:

S H O B O X
01-12-2010, 05:28 PM
C: duran leonard

S H O B O X
01-12-2010, 05:33 PM
F: jeff harding - dennis andries

hhascup
01-12-2010, 06:42 PM
A. Pedro Carrasco beat Mando Ramos, then lost the next 2 against him.

hhascup
01-12-2010, 07:31 PM
H. Azumah Nelson and Jesse James Leija


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1SILVA
01-12-2010, 07:58 PM
Fancy some more trivia?

Here we go:

There has been a lot of triples in boxing history. Ali-Frazier, Zale-Graziano etc. An interesting fact is that the triple of Patterson-Johansson was in fact Johansson's only fights for the world title.

Questions:

A: Name another world champion who's entire world-title career consisted of only one trippel.

B: ...and a world champion whos entire championship career consisted of 2 triples.

C: Name a worldchampionship triple that was fought in 2 different weightclasses.

D: .... and one that was fought in 3 different weightclasses.

SHOBOX: morales-barrera

E: Name some worldchampionship triples fought in 2 different countries.

F: ...and in 3 different countries.

G: Emile Griffith fought 3 different worldchampionship triples. Two at welterweight (Paret, Rodriguez) and one at middleweight (Benvenuti). Name another worldchampion who fought world championship triples at 2 different weights.

H: One of the latest world championship triples was Ruiz-Holyfield. Overall that triple didn't have a winner as there was one win a piece and a draw. Name other fighters where the overall result was 1-1-1 in their world championship fights.

SHOBOX: clinton woods - glen johnson


Surely this piece will have the nerds occupied for a while or.......?






(Again credit Joe Grim from lionheartboxing forum)
Answer to E
Jeff Chandler-Eijiro Murata(WBA 118 pound title). 2 of the fights held in Japan, one in New Jersey

Ali-Frazier-1 and 2 held in New York, 3 in Manila

Bundana
01-12-2010, 08:10 PM
E
Vicente Saldivar vs Howard Winstone for the featherweight title... two fights in UK and one in Mexico.

1SILVA
01-12-2010, 08:10 PM
Fancy some more trivia?

Here we go:

There has been a lot of triples in boxing history. Ali-Frazier, Zale-Graziano etc. An interesting fact is that the triple of Patterson-Johansson was in fact Johansson's only fights for the world title.

Questions:

A: Name another world champion who's entire world-title career consisted of only one trippel.

B: ...and a world champion whos entire championship career consisted of 2 triples.

C: Name a worldchampionship triple that was fought in 2 different weightclasses.

D: .... and one that was fought in 3 different weightclasses.

SHOBOX: morales-barrera

E: Name some worldchampionship triples fought in 2 different countries.

F: ...and in 3 different countries.

G: Emile Griffith fought 3 different worldchampionship triples. Two at welterweight (Paret, Rodriguez) and one at middleweight (Benvenuti). Name another worldchampion who fought world championship triples at 2 different weights.

H: One of the latest world championship triples was Ruiz-Holyfield. Overall that triple didn't have a winner as there was one win a piece and a draw. Name other fighters where the overall result was 1-1-1 in their world championship fights.

SHOBOX: clinton woods - glen johnson


Surely this piece will have the nerds occupied for a while or.......?






(Again credit Joe Grim from lionheartboxing forum)

Frankie Randall-Juan Coggi also fought in 2 countries-Argentina and the U.S.

hhascup
01-12-2010, 08:11 PM
F. Carlos Ortiz and Ismael Laguna (Panama, PR & USA NY)

1SILVA
01-12-2010, 08:15 PM
Fancy some more trivia?

Here we go:

There has been a lot of triples in boxing history. Ali-Frazier, Zale-Graziano etc. An interesting fact is that the triple of Patterson-Johansson was in fact Johansson's only fights for the world title.

Questions:

A: Name another world champion who's entire world-title career consisted of only one trippel.

B: ...and a world champion whos entire championship career consisted of 2 triples.

C: Name a worldchampionship triple that was fought in 2 different weightclasses.

D: .... and one that was fought in 3 different weightclasses.

SHOBOX: morales-barrera

E: Name some worldchampionship triples fought in 2 different countries.

F: ...and in 3 different countries.

G: Emile Griffith fought 3 different worldchampionship triples. Two at welterweight (Paret, Rodriguez) and one at middleweight (Benvenuti). Name another worldchampion who fought world championship triples at 2 different weights.

H: One of the latest world championship triples was Ruiz-Holyfield. Overall that triple didn't have a winner as there was one win a piece and a draw. Name other fighters where the overall result was 1-1-1 in their world championship fights.

SHOBOX: clinton woods - glen johnson


Surely this piece will have the nerds occupied for a while or.......?






(Again credit Joe Grim from lionheartboxing forum)

Answer to A:
Luis Santana-154 pound triple against Terry Norris was his only three world title fights. It was also held in two different countries-Mexico and Vegas

1SILVA
01-12-2010, 08:23 PM
Fancy some more trivia?

Here we go:

There has been a lot of triples in boxing history. Ali-Frazier, Zale-Graziano etc. An interesting fact is that the triple of Patterson-Johansson was in fact Johansson's only fights for the world title.

Questions:

A: Name another world champion who's entire world-title career consisted of only one trippel.

B: ...and a world champion whos entire championship career consisted of 2 triples.

C: Name a worldchampionship triple that was fought in 2 different weightclasses.

D: .... and one that was fought in 3 different weightclasses.

SHOBOX: morales-barrera

E: Name some worldchampionship triples fought in 2 different countries.

F: ...and in 3 different countries.

G: Emile Griffith fought 3 different worldchampionship triples. Two at welterweight (Paret, Rodriguez) and one at middleweight (Benvenuti). Name another worldchampion who fought world championship triples at 2 different weights.

H: One of the latest world championship triples was Ruiz-Holyfield. Overall that triple didn't have a winner as there was one win a piece and a draw. Name other fighters where the overall result was 1-1-1 in their world championship fights.

SHOBOX: clinton woods - glen johnson


Surely this piece will have the nerds occupied for a while or.......?





(Again credit Joe Grim from lionheartboxing forum)

Answer to G
Carlos Ortiz. Fought Duillo Loi three times for the 140 pound crown and Laguna three times for the 135 pound crown.

Bundana
01-12-2010, 08:34 PM
E
Another featherweight world title triple i two countries: Petey Sarron vs Freddie Miller (2 in the US and 1 in South Africa).

hhascup
01-12-2010, 09:26 PM
E. Shoji Ogums and Chan-Hee Park (Japan twice and South Korea)


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hhascup
01-12-2010, 09:52 PM
D. Tommy Burns and Bill Squires (USA, France & Australia)

hhascup
01-12-2010, 10:14 PM
B. Duilio Loi (Ortiz & Perkins)

Bundana
01-12-2010, 11:30 PM
E
Efren Torres vs Chartchai Chionoi (Thailand and 2xMexico)
Paul Pender vs Terry Downes (UK and 2xUS)

Bundana
01-13-2010, 08:04 AM
H
Betulio Gonzalez vs Shoji Oguma

BattlingNelson
01-17-2010, 02:12 PM
Answer to E
Jeff Chandler-Eijiro Murata(WBA 118 pound title). 2 of the fights held in Japan, one in New Jersey

Ali-Frazier-1 and 2 held in New York, 3 in Manila
Yes. Except that Ali-Frazier II wasn't for the championship.

BattlingNelson
01-17-2010, 02:13 PM
D. Tommy Burns and Bill Squires (USA, France & Australia)
Correct. As an F that is :)

BattlingNelson
01-17-2010, 02:17 PM
There's still a few answers missing to H including one very well-known.

hhascup
01-17-2010, 04:19 PM
There's still a few answers missing to H including one very well-known.

H - Gilberto Roman and Santo Benigno Laciar

hhascup
01-17-2010, 05:10 PM
H - Loi and Perkins

hhascup
01-17-2010, 05:38 PM
E - Loi and Ortiz, USA and Italy

hhascup
01-17-2010, 06:08 PM
E - Tiger and Fullmer (USA & Nigeria)

BattlingNelson
01-19-2010, 02:58 PM
E - Loi and Ortiz, USA and Italy

E - Tiger and Fullmer (USA & Nigeria)

That is correct.

BattlingNelson
01-19-2010, 02:59 PM
H - Gilberto Roman and Santo Benigno Laciar

H - Loi and Perkins


Yes. You have done excellent in this thread. You must be a walking encyclopedia.

You still miss one though. Hint: Ray Robinson is involved.

hhascup
01-19-2010, 04:06 PM
Yes. You have done excellent in this thread. You must be a walking encyclopedia.

You still miss one though. Hint: Ray Robinson is involved.

I thought you were thinking about Robinson BUT he had 4 bouts with Fullmer, and they were all title bouts. He went 1-2-1.

BattlingNelson
01-20-2010, 09:47 AM
I thought you were thinking about Robinson BUT he had 4 bouts with Fullmer, and they were all title bouts. He went 1-2-1.
I was thinking about those 2 yes. And yes they did fight 4 times for the championship and not 3 as I implied. My bad.