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By Rick Reeno
The wheels are in motion for undisputed welterweight champion Cory Spinks to move up two weight classes to challenge Felix Trinidad at the middleweight level. Both camps have sent feelers to eachother with respect to making the fight. The fighters, their camps and HBO are all interested in making this fight a reality in the first quarter of 2005. The question in my mind is why would Cory Spinks take this fight and why would Felix Trinidad take this fight. This would be the second fighter in a row that would jump two weight classes in order to fight Trinidad.
Spinks in his last "big" fight was almost knocked out by the much smaller Zab Judah who was moving from 140 pounds. If Judah can do that to Cory, what could Tito do with one hard shot.