Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by hb.. » Thu, 13 Mar 1997 04:00:00


Speculation on the radio on Ray Leonard's next fight is possibly Trinidad,
if hecomes up to 154.  Or possibly Vinnie Pazienza?

Another possibility is Leonard might goad Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini out of
retirement for a bout.  Mancini would surely be a safer fight than
Trinidad....

 
 
 

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Steve Moo » Thu, 13 Mar 1997 04:00:00

He's annihilated by "Mucho slow but not mucho mobile Camacho"  but thinks he
can beat Trinidad??????? Those painkillers for his calf must've fried his
brain.

Quote:

>Speculation on the radio on Ray Leonard's next fight is possibly Trinidad,
>if hecomes up to 154.  Or possibly Vinnie Pazienza?

>Another possibility is Leonard might goad Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini out of
>retirement for a bout.  Mancini would surely be a safer fight than
>Trinidad....


 
 
 

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Matad » Sat, 15 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>Speculation on the radio on Ray Leonard's next fight is possibly Trinidad,
>if hecomes up to 154.  Or possibly Vinnie Pazienza?

>Another possibility is Leonard might goad Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini out of
>retirement for a bout.  Mancini would surely be a safer fight than
>Trinidad....

Both are ridiculous. Mancini is long retired and Trinidad would do what
Camacho couldn't: Finish Leonard. Boxing does NOT need this.

 
 
 

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by e.. » Sun, 16 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>He's annihilated by "Mucho slow but not mucho mobile Camacho"  but thinks he
>can beat Trinidad??????? Those painkillers for his calf must've fried his
>brain.

>>Speculation on the radio on Ray Leonard's next fight is possibly Trinidad,
>>if hecomes up to 154.  Or possibly Vinnie Pazienza?

>>Another possibility is Leonard might goad Ray "Boom Boom" Mancini out of
>>retirement for a bout.  Mancini would surely be a safer fight than
>>Trinidad....

Pazienza sounds plausable - popular (?), biggish name, but not too
dangerous. Still, Camacho was supposed to be the same, and clobbered
him..

Andre

 
 
 

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Mongoose » Sun, 16 Mar 1997 04:00:00

     Leonard won't fight Felix Trinindad.  He's going to have a couple of
safe, non-title tuneups, and then fight Hector Camacho again.

 
 
 

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Me » Mon, 17 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>     Leonard won't fight Felix Trinindad.  He's going to have a couple of
>safe, non-title tuneups, and then fight Hector Camacho again.

        W H Y ? ? ? ? ? ?

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Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by asam.. » Mon, 17 Mar 1997 04:00:00

I read somewhere that SRL don't want to be remembered as having Camacho
beating him
Alex

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> >     Leonard won't fight Felix Trinindad.  He's going to have a couple of
> >safe, non-title tuneups, and then fight Hector Camacho again.
>    W H Y ? ? ? ? ? ?
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Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Derrick Brasslet » Tue, 18 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

>      Leonard won't fight Felix Trinindad.  He's going to have a couple of
> safe, non-title tuneups, and then fight Hector Camacho again.

Leonard will have the same problem faced by Foreman -- even the "safe"
fighters aren't safe anymore. And he doesn't posess Foreman's chin,
either. It's hard to see how he can fight anyone good enough to get
public interest in a Camacho rematch without getting whipped, but then
he's always had marketing savvy.

Derrick

 
 
 

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Derrick Brasslet » Fri, 21 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> I read somewhere that SRL don't want to be remembered as having Camacho
> beating him
> Alex

I read that too. He said the same thing about the Norris fight. He's
slowly working his way down the scale, not up. He'll end "remembered"
for being whacked out by a Heath Todd, or a Pat Lawlor, or...

Derrick

 
 
 

Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Nelson Patenau » Fri, 21 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Quote:


> I read that too. He said the same thing about the Norris fight. He's
> slowly working his way down the scale, not up. He'll end "remembered"
> for being whacked out by a Heath Todd, or a Pat Lawlor, or...

  I think our very own Heath Reed could smack Heath Todd around!?!?!!

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Sugar Ray Leonard vs. Felix Trinidad?

Post by Russ Grabowsk » Tue, 25 Mar 1997 04:00:00

Sugar Ray has signed to fight Canadian Shawn O'Sullivan.

The "fight" will be decided by the first boxer to correctly
recite the alphabet

Quote:


> >      Leonard won't fight Felix Trinindad.  He's going to have a couple of
> > safe, non-title tuneups, and then fight Hector Camacho again.

> Leonard will have the same problem faced by Foreman -- even the "safe"
> fighters aren't safe anymore. And he doesn't posess Foreman's chin,
> either. It's hard to see how he can fight anyone good enough to get
> public interest in a Camacho rematch without getting whipped, but then
> he's always had marketing savvy.

> Derrick