Trinidad finally finds a foe


LAS VEGAS -- Felix "Tito" Trinidad will come out of
retirement to fight former welterweight champion Ricardo Mayorga on
Oct. 2.

Trinidad, who hasn't fought in two years, is scheduled to appear
at a Saturday news conference with promoter Don King to make the
fight official.

Trinidad retired one fight after he was stopped by Bernard
Hopkins in a middleweight title unification fight in September
2001. He has said for months he planned to return to the ring, but
a series of opponents fell through.

Oscar De La Hoya wanted to fight Trinidad in a rematch of the
1999 fight Trinidad won by decision, but said he couldn't get him
interested. Trinidad was going to fight Shane Mosley, but then
Mosley lost to Winky Wright.