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             RONALD WRIGHT 23 fights on 12 boxing DVDs
Fights Boxing DVD 1
Ronald Wright vs Martinez
Ronald Wright vs Vasquez
Ronald Wright vs Bingham
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RONALD WRIGHT 23 fights on 12 boxing DVDS
Ronald Wright 23 Career Boxing Fights On 12 DVDs With Motion Menus
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Fights Boxing DVD 2
Ronald Wright vs Foster
Ronald Wright vs Dodson
Ronald Wright vs Simon
Fights Boxing DVD 6
Ronald Wright vs Hernandez
Ronald Wright vs Mosley I
Fights Boxing DVD 3
Ronald Wright vs Vargas
Ronald Wright vs McKart II
Fights Boxing DVD 4
Ronald Wright vs Mullings
Ronald Wright vs Frazier
Fights Boxing DVD 9
Ronald Wright vs Quartey
Fights Boxing DVD 5
Ronald Wright vs Papillion
Ronald Wright vs McKart III
Ronald Wright vs Candelo
Fights Boxing DVD 7
Ronald Wright vs Mosley II
Ronald Wright vs Trinidad
Fights Boxing DVD 8
Ronald Wright vs Soliman
Ronald Wright vs Taylor
Fights Boxing DVD 10
Ronald Wright vs Hopkins
Ronald "Winky" Wright
IBF champion
Felix Trinidad's jump to the middleweight division left the IBF light middleweight title vacant. Wright scored a unanimous decision over Robert Frazier on October 12, 2001 to win the vacant title. In his first defense on February 2, 2002, Wright stopped Jason Papillion in the fifth round. He took a third fight against Bronco McKart, which ended in controversy as the referee disqualified McKart for repeated low blows in the 8th round.
For Wright's next fight, Oscar De La Hoya offered to fight him. However, because of the lack of money  The Golden Boy was willing to give Wright for the fight, the deal fell through and Oscar fought Luis Ramon Campas for the WBA/WBC titles. Wright went on to debut on National Television Las Vegas against Juan Carlos Candelo on March 1, 2003 in a title defense, winning a unanimous decision. He followed that up with another blowout victory over Angel Hernandez 8 months later.
Wright vs. Mosley I & II
To the surprise of many, including Wright, Shane Mosley challenged Winky to a light middleweight unification title fight on March 13, 2004. Mosley was a celebrated fighter coming off his second win against Oscar De La Hoya and was looking for a tune-up fight to prepare for a super fight with Felix Trinidad. Shane had stated that he wanted to fight the winner of the fight between Wright and Angel Hernandez. Wright, being the winner, earned a fight with Shane Mosley. Wright was a 4 to 1 underdog against Mosley. During the fight, Wright pressed his will early on and discouraged Mosley with his size, effective jabbing and defense. Winky won a lopsided unanimous decision, unifying his IBF title with Mosley's Lineal/The Ring/WBC/WBA titles, to become undisputed light middleweight champion.
The rematch took place on November 20, 2004. This fight was much closer because Winky deliberately gave away some of the rounds and even dropped his hands in one round, in order to show that Mosley couldn't hurt him. Two judges scored 115-113 for Wright and one judge scored the bout a draw. Wright was awarded the majority decision, which despite Wright blatantly giving away a few of the rounds, was still a decisive victory in his favor. Soon after, Wright would vacate his titles to move up to the middlewieght division to challenge Felix Trinidad.
Wright vs. Trinidad
On May 14, 2005, with Wright once again playing the underdog role, he easily defeated Felix Trinidad by unanimous decision. Wright credits this fight as his greatest achievement in his career as he earned the respect and fan base of many that Felix Trinidad had behind him.
Fights Boxing DVD 11
Ronald Wright vs Williams
Fights Boxing DVD 12
Ronald Wright vs Quillin