Trinidad issues winner-take-all challenge to `Sweet Pea'

Evans, Howie
May 1996
New York Amsterdam News;5/25/96, Vol. 87 Issue 21, p50
Presents developments in boxing. Challenge issued by boxing rising star Felix Trinidad to Pernell Whitaker; Trinidad's bout with Freddie Pendleton; Hector Lizzarraga's fight with Gabriel Castro; Victory of William Guthrie over Johnny Kiser.


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