Felix Trinidad (23-0 19 KOs) vs Yori Boy Campas (56-0 50 KOs) Now before I get into this one, I see often the debate of boxing is dying there are no good fights etc etc. Now my take is that there are good fights pretty often but the issue is that inactivity and a reluctance for some marquee matchups are putting boxing in a bad state right now. Why do I bring this up? Let me set up this fight Trinidad is making the 4th defense of his IBF title he won 15 months prior (that's 5 fights in 15 months) Before Campas he beat Hector Camacho(43-2) UD Anthony Stephens(19-5-2) KO10 Luis Garcia(24-2) KO1 IBF champ Maucie Blocker (34-3) KO2 And he would fight again after this 3 months later scoring a KO8 over 32-0 Oba Carr. I mean can you imagine Spence, Crawford, Fury, Usyk whoever going to bat like that? Also let's talk about the card and how it puts everycard from recent memory to shame Julio Cesar Chavez vs Meldrick Taylor 2 Trinidad vs Campas Gabriel Ruelas vs Jesse James Leija Vincent Pettway vs Gianfranco Rosi Frankie Randall vs Juan Martin Coggi Ricardo Lopez vs Surachi Saengmorakot Giovanni Parisi vs Freddie Pendleton Besides Parisi vs Pendleton (10 rounder) every fight is a title fight. Go look at other PPVs from the last few years and find me a better card..... Anyway Round 1 Campas presses forward throwing power shots, Trinidad is trying to figure out his groove and distance. Close fun round 10-9 Trinidad(close) Round 2 Campas drops Trinidad hard but Tito bounces back up pretty quick, Campas lands some more power shots and wobbles Trinidad but Trinidad starting to gets his power shots in as well 10-8 Campas Round 3 Trinidad gets docked a point for a low blow, but he does better this round 10-8 Camp as Round 4 Trinidad hurts Campas and goes around the ring blasting him, end happens as Campas is out on the ropes and Richard Steele stops the fight at the exact right time! Trinidad KO4 Fun and short fight, I recommend. Edited for grammar because my spellcheck doesn't like "Campas"