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Félix Trinidad Makes Debt Deal After Millions Lost

Félix Trinidad Makes Debt Deal After Millions Lost

By Toni Matthews-El April 16, 2014

The story of Félix “Tito” Trinidad Jr. and his lost millions may be sad to fans and onlookers, but the situation is unfortunately so common in sports it’s almost predictable. It’s not at all uncommon for mega-wealthy athletes to lose …

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