Felix Trinidad willing to fight De La Hoya

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  1. ZroC

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    Fuck No. I would rather watch Roy Jones vs Holyfield.
     
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    Won't lie, I always wanted an immediate rematch after the first one and I'm against immediate rematches.
    Instead Oscar took a fight with a LW from Pomona. You might know him as Sugar Shane Mosley. Sugar Shane absolutely smashed mexicans at the Staples Center but Oscar De La Hoya gets a statue? Ridiculous.
     
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    Why agianst Immediate Rematches. I love them and wish all big fight should have them.
     
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    Variety is my reason for not always wanting them. I like them in occasions where there is a disputable decision but I guess we would be watching pacquiao Marquez 21 by now.
     
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    Look at Lewis/Rahim and Jones/Griffen. Right away rematches are awesome.
     
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    Tito was looking fat as hell in his last few fights. Forget it.
     
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    Is De La Hoya demanding this be a panties and bra match ?
     
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    Two different situations. there was probably a rematch clause.
    Look at Lewis/Holyfield I. That warranted a rematch, as did RJJ/Griffin.
    Lewis/Rahman II was probably due to rematch clause.

    Byrd/Vitali II shoulda happened. Vitali got injured, not because of Byrd beating him up.
    Tua/Ibeabuchi II shoulda happened. Two HW's throwing everything at each other and setting record for most punches thrown by HW's.
    Lewis/Vitali II shoulda happened. Vitali was winning, but stopped by doctor, because of a cut. Lewis was ready to GKTFO in another round or two.
     
  12. Edwin

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    This is a horrible idea and I hope it doesn't go through. There really doesn't need to be a rematch between these 2 at this point, although back then a rematch would have been nice, but not now.
     
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    13 years too late.
     
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    Its a personal preference. Very rarely do rematches live up to the hype and it holds up other fights with new names that can be made.

    I wanted an immediate rematch for DLH-Tito because both had pretty much run out of options at 147 since Quartey-Trinidad looked unlikely.
     

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