Bernard Hopkins Vs. Felix Trinidad

Bernard Hopkins Vs. Felix Trinidad

Bernard Hopkins vs. Félix Trinidad was a boxing match that took place on September 29, 2001, at Madison Square Garden in New York City, between WBC & IBF middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins and WBA middleweight champion Félix Trinidad. The fight was dubbed the "AND THEN THERE WAS ONE", and the fight was for the all three titles in the chance to become the first undisputed middleweight champion since Marvin Hagler. The bout would also determine the The Ring middleweight champion.

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