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Photos: Hall of Fame - De La Hoya, Trinidad, Calzaghe

International Boxing Hall of Fame 2014 inductees, former three division champion Felix "Tito" Trinidad, former five division champion and Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya, super middleweight legend and two division champion Joe Calzaghe, former referee Richard Steele, British promoter Barry Hearn, writer Graham Houston and photographer Neil Leifer showed off their rings to the crowd during the Hall of Fame Induction ceremony in Canastota, New York on Sunday.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by LoadedWraps on 06-09-2014

Well deserved all of them. WAR DLH!!

Comment by -Kev- on 06-09-2014

[QUOTE=tocayito1;14646888]Joe Calzaghe does not belong there[/QUOTE] He belongs there because of his accomplishments. But he doesn't really belong in a top 80 ATG list due to his resume. HOF=yes, ATG=Not really.

Comment by -Kev- on 06-09-2014

[QUOTE=SugarRoyJones;14644341]The Trinidad thing sucks for me because i want to be happy for him but the hand wrap thing is always in the back of my mind. His power was completely absent against Hopkins.[/QUOTE] Most fighters powers are absent against…

Comment by Tarl of Bristol on 06-09-2014

[QUOTE=sapo13;14647156]yea well tito already has his left hand wrapped when nazeem came in the room som obviously tito's camp had something to hide. they tried to bully nazeem and say "no fight" and when nazeem called them on their bluff…

Comment by Divine Hammer on 06-09-2014

oscar is an ATG hero of boxing!!!!! keep your head up high, champ!!!! dark forces are at work to take you down!

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