Trinidad, Whitaker continue welterweight tournament

Evans, Howie
February 1999
New York Amsterdam News;02/1899, Vol. 90 Issue 8, p51
Reports on the upcoming bout between welterweight boxers Pernell Whitaker and Felix Trinidad on February 20, 1999. Win-loss records of Whitaker and Trinidad; Importance of the fight to Whitaker's career; Concerns about Whitaker's dwindling boxing skills; Promotion of the fight by Don King Productions in association with HBO Sports and Main Events.


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