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Vincent defeats Trivilino to win world title

In what will undoubtedly go down as the fight of the year, and perhaps one of the most memorable fights in the recent history of women’s boxing, Providence, R.I., super bantamweight Shelito Vincent earned her first world title, narrowly beating Jackie Trivilino, 95-95, 98-92, 96-94, to capture the vacant Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) championship. Continue reading

Gritty Trivilino confident heading into title bout

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (Oct. 31st, 2014) — In what can only be considered a strange, ghoulish twist of fate during Halloween season, Shelito Vincent and Jackie Trivilino, who will slug it out for 10 rounds next Friday night for a world title, might be more inclined to bond over a mutual disdain for a certain undefeated New York fighter than trade blows with one another when the bell rings Nov. 7th. Continue reading

Unbeaten Vincent chases championship dream

The story of Shelito Vincent is a long, winding narrative of a selfless fighter with no hidden agendas.

Only a select few strike it rich in boxing, particularly on the women’s side, so Vincent fights for more than just money. She fights for underprivileged children, many of them a mirror image of her younger self, who are looking for someone — or something — to believe in. Continue reading

Vincent, Camacho Jr. headline CES season finale

One of the most highly-anticipated fight cards of 2014 has a little bit of something for every boxing fan, from a world title fight to the long-overdue return of an undefeated fan-favorite.

The title, “Winner Take All,” is fitting considering the winner of the Shelito Vincent-Jackie Trivilino in the 10-round main event Friday, Nov. 7th ,2014 at Twin River Casino will take home the vacant Universal Boxing Federation (UBF) female super bantamweight world title. Continue reading

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