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24연승(20KO) vs 32연승(20KO) 3번의 다운 교환 끝에 트리니다드가 오바 카를 스톱시키고 세계타이틀 5차방어

1994년 12월 10일 멕시코 몬테레이. IBF 웰터급 세계타이틀매치 12R. 32연승(20KO) 무패의 미국 도전자 오바 카를 맞아 가진 펠릭스 트리니다드의 IBF 웰터급 타이틀 5차방어전입니다.
이광일 : 복싱은 역시최고멋진남자다운경기다.
김센세 : 오바칸가 육바칸지 하는 놈은..
겁을 잔뜩 처먹고, 싸우려는 의지가 1도 없네..
저딴 게 선수라고..ㅉㅉ
grizzlyfired : 메이웨더는 시기를 잘만나 롱런 한거다
GiTae PARK : 근접전에서 트리니다드는 최강입니다. 깡마른 체구에서 인파이팅을 서슴없이 하고 단단한 레프트 훅..체급을 성급히 울린게 아쉽습니다. 홉킨스하고 하기 전에 1년정도 J 미들로 활동을 하고 올렸다면 더 좋았을 것을....
GiTae PARK : 아니 눈싸움 할때 오바카 세컨이 더 힘을 주냐고?
Young Kim : 트리니다드의 왼손은 상당히 정평이 나 있었습니다. 특히 12라운드를 초반과 같은 페이스로 흐트러짐없이 계속 몰아 붙일 수 있는 강력한 스테미너가 큰 무기였는데, 쟁쟁한 상대들이 이런 페이스에 밀리며 나가 떨어졌습니다. 반면 두 체급을 올려 미들급의 홉킨스에겐 무기력한 모습을 보이며 패퇴했지요.
김기수 : 티토의 왼손을 가장좋아하는데 이번영상에선 라이트가 돗보이네요
황선생님 영상 감사합니다 ~~!!
TK : 트리니다드 다운 10:50, 오바카 첫다운 34:01, 오바카 두번째 다운 34:30
Felix Hong : 흠 오바카의 벨트라인 아래 공격과 펠릭스의 종울린후 가격은 피차 참 무매너네요
김수진 : 펠릭스트리니다드 대 오바카
IBF웰터급타이틀전
1994.12.10 멕시코몬테레이

Bernard Hopkins vs Felix Trinidad

Bernard Hopkins vs Felix Trinidad
All credit to Jim
Robert Romeo : Hopkins came into the ring trim and muscular, and out muscled Trinidad.
Jacques Segismond : Foreman really not a hopkins fan
Team Blue Duck : This fight and Barrera vs Hamed are the best boxing performances I've ever seen
Team Blue Duck : The best boxing performance I've ever seen
Team Blue Duck : Was George Foreman drunk or did he have a man crush on Tito?
Walter Boyd : This fight broke my heart, TITO!!! TITO !!! TITO!!!
JAKE the KANGAL : Forman should of been immediately fired after this fight.
Michelle Rieger : By far one of boxing most spectacular performances.
TateredTot : Wtf was foreman talking about in round 6? Hell most of the fight. Dude must hate hopkins.
Team Blue Duck : Class was in session on this night

Felix Trinidad vs Oscar De La Hoya - Highlights (The FIGHT of the Millennium)

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September 18th, 1999. The Fight of the Millennium was the IBF \u0026 WBC World Welterweight Unification Showdown between 2 undefeated 26 year old boxing stars; “The Golden Boy” Oscar De La Hoya, who makes the 8th defense of his WBC title and Felix “Tito” Trinidad, who attempts to retain his IBF title for a record 15th time.

Prefight records; Trinidad 35(3)0-0, De La Hoya 31(25)-0.

At this juncture, Oscar De La Hoya was World Champion in 4 different weight classes; Super Featherweight, Lightweight, Light Welterweight \u0026 Welterweight who had beaten notable oppositions in Oba Carr, Wilfredo Rivera, Miguel Angel Gonzalez, Hector Camacho, Giorgio Campanella, Genaro Hernandez, Jimmi Bredahl, Troy Dorsey, Rafael Ruelas, John John Molina, Jesse James Leija, Jorge Paez, Ike Quartey, Pernell Whitaker \u0026 Julio Cesar Chavez (2x).

** However, it is noteworthy to consider that Julio Cesar Chavez was past his best when he faced De La Hoya both times in 1996 \u0026 1998

Felix Trinidad on the other hand reigned as the IBF World Welterweight Champion since 1993 and have remarkably made a total of 14 successful title defenses with meaningful wins over Troy Waters, Kevin Lueshing, Hugo Pineda, Freddie Pendleton, Rodney Moore, Jake Rodriguez, Larry Barnes, Oba Carr, Luis Garcia, Luis Ramon Campas, Maurice Blocker, Hector Camacho \u0026 Pernell Whitaker.

In the early goings, the fight was tactically competitive with Oscar being more effective with the use of lateral movement to outboxed the IBF World Welterweight Champion, Tito came back strong in the 4th round by connecting with a couple of power shots.

However, the fight started to go against expectations from the 5th round onwards as De La Hoya’s work rate gradually slows down. In a number of late rounds, he appeared to be cruising and attempting to steal rounds with last minute flurries. While he was still landing precisely in some occasions, his constant periods of inactivity raised doubts and drew boos from the crowd.

While Oscar seemed to be leading after the 8th stanza, Tito took control in the 9th. In the final 3 rounds, Oscar’s output dropped even more significantly although he did threw a couple of memorable combinations.

Prior to the bout, many had their reservations as to whether or not Trinidad could win a decision against The Golden Boy in Nevada.

Interestingly, between rounds 10 and 11 Robert Alcazar (De La Hoya’s trainer) told his fighter. “That’s all that you need. Two more rounds! Okay? That’s it, and we are home!” after Gil Clancy advised Oscar to box in the 11th and 12th frames.

On the other hand, Tito’s father and trainer Felix Trinidad Sr urged his son to step on the gas pedal instead, “…We’ve got to take him now! He’s all beat up already. Now we got to get him to work. Now is your fight!”

Harold Lederman unofficially scored it 105-104 (after 11 rounds) for De La Hoya, but had his doubts as to “whether or not Oscar could win a fight running away”. He awarded the 12th to Trinidad, making his card a draw at 114 apiece.

After 12 rounds, the 3 scorecards were 115-114, 115-113 \u0026 114-114.

Confident of bagging the win, The Golden Boy raised his hands just before Michael Buffer announced the winner.

To his shock, the MD were in favor of Felix Trinidad, which answered the question as to whether or not Tito could earn a decision against De La Hoya in Vegas.

All in all, the bout did not live up to expectations.

Trinidad-De La Hoya set the PPV record for the most buys for a non heavyweight fight at 1.4 million buys, until it was broken by Mayweather-Delahoya 8 years later which set a new record of 2.4 million buys in 2007.

8 years later in 2015, the record was once again surpassed by Mayweather-Pacquiao at 4.4 million buys; a showdown billed as “The Fight of the Century” but just as “The Fight of the Millennium”, it also failed to live up to expectations.

Who was the deserving winner in your opinion? Did Oscar do enough to win in spite of his questionable fight plan in the second half, or did it genuinely caused him the biggest win of his career?

Also, how do you guys score the fight? Let me know in the comments.

Interestingly, Oscar had stated that if he could have this fight all over again he would have gone for the kill.

Hope you guys enjoy this highlight, and remember to SUBSCRIBE! Keep punching, boxing heads.
zGODSz-_-1 1 : power
Сергей Абросимов : Те рубились насмерть
Сергей Абросимов : Но это не Моралес и Баарера
Damien Kazmar : Tito had Don King on his side..Big advantage in a close fight..
Bradley Rees : Well if you don't want to fight in the championship rounds, then you won't be a champion
Ahmed James : Dela Hoya had a snappy jab
Jose Ernie tv & more : Oscar can beat felix of his not AFRAID.
Louie Rivera : They robbed Oscar
guillermo foerster : Robo descarado. Igual la cago con no pelear los ultimos 3
Jose Figueroa : Chicken Run De la Hoya....

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