Oba Carr - At this point he was a top prospect with championship expectations. He wound up falling short of that mark, but lost to all time greats in Trinidad, Ike Quartey, and Oscar De La Hoya, in championship bids. Oscar De La Hoya - The judging controversy surrounding this one is well known. It looked like Oscar won enough rounds and played the odds, but, would he have had enough left to make it to the final bell without running? Fernando Vargas - He was still a bit green compared to Tito at this point but was probably in his "natural" prime. Did the low blows sway the fight in Tito's favor? Bernard Hopkins - Hopkins almost starts a riot, and gets himself lynched, throwing a Puerto Rican flag to the ground. It helped him win the "WAR" and had Tito fighting mad. Roy Jones Jr - No longer invincible Roy was still dangerous and had a good size advantage. A valiant effort in defeat for Tito in his final comeback bout.