By Ryan Burton
BoxingScene.com recently caught up with International Boxing Hall of Fame member Felix "Tito" Trinidad who was in Las Vegas over the weekend where he was inducted in the Nevada Boxing Hall of Fame.
With former rivals Bernard Hopkins and Roy Jones still fighting, and former adversary Ricardo Mayorga and Shane Mosley scheduled to fight on August 29th, Trinidad was asked if he would consider coming back.
"I've been retired for 7 years since my last fight versus Roy Jones Jr. I'm happy with my career and happily retired. I don't want to come back," said Trinidad.
The Puerto Rican fighter recently raised eyebrows on the island when he said that he believed Canelo Alvarez will defeat Miguel Cotto if their November 21st fight is finalized.
Trinidad had said that Canelo is younger and stronger than Cotto.
BoxingScene.com asked Trinidad to clarify his comments and he said, "In my personal opinion I think it's a tough fight but Canelo has most of the advantages in this fight. I think he will win."
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