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Junior Middleweights (154 lbs)

(Super Welterweights)

DateWinnerLoserResultTitleSite
Dec. 2Felix TrinidadFernando VargasTKO 12WBA/IBFLas Vegas
Dec. 16Ronald “Winky” WrightKeith MullingsWu 12Pittsburgh
Feb. 3Hector Camacho Sr.Troy LowryWu 10Miami
Feb. 12Harry SimonWayne AlexanderTKO 5Widnes, England
Apr. 1David ReidUrbano GurrolaWu 10Las Vegas
Apr. 20Bronco McKartMichael LermaWu 10Cincinnati
Apr. 27Carlos BojorquezPernell WhitakerTKO 4Stateline, Nev.
May 5Fernando VargasWilfredo RiveraTKO 6El Paso, Texas
June 23Oscar De La HoyaJavier CastillejoWu 12WBCLas Vegas
Aug. 24Vernon ForrestEdgar RuizTKO 4Baltimore
Sept. 21Nick AcevedoCarlos BojorquezWs 10Philadelphia, Penn.
Sept. 22Fernando VargasShibata FloresKO 7WBALas Vegas
Oct. 12Ronald “Winky” WrightRobert FrazierWu 12IBFIndio, Calif.
Note: Felix Trinidad vacated the WBA and IBF junior middleweight titles in order to move up in weight to middleweight.

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Middleweights (160 lbs)Major Bouts, 2000–01Welterweights (147 lbs)

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