Boxing: Oscar De La Hoya Writes Floyd Mayweather A “Farewell Letter” Says Boxing Is Better With Him Gone

Is Oscar De La Hoya ever going to stop speaking Floyd Mayweather’s name? It doesn’t seem likely but then again, maybe he got it all out of him with his idiotic “farewell letter” to the champ. The letter is full of the same nonsense he has been saying for years, so nothing new there. He really cares too much about someone who never speaks his name.

Boxing: Jay Z & Oscar De La Hoya Make $100,000 Bet on Miguel Cotto/Canelo Alvarez Fight

Oscar De La Hoya is the CEO of Golden Boy Promotions whose flagship fighter is Canelo Alvarez.  Jay Z is the owner of Roc Nation Sports which represents Miguel Cotto.  On November 21st, 2015, the two fighters will face off in a highly anticipated fight.  The two CEO’s are not only backing their fighters, they’ve also made a huge wager on the bout.

Boxing: Say What? Oscar De La Hoya Says Floyd Mayweather Needs Him More Than He Needs Floyd

Oscar De La Hoya has been talking about making a comeback into the boxing ring for a couple months now. One day he is all for it, the next he is saying he can’t do it. Apparently he is still in the undecided stage because the way he is talking about Floyd Mayweather almost sounds like he is trying to bait him into a war of words.

(Video) Boxing: Bob Arum Says Oscar De La Hoya Coming Out of Retirement Would Be a BIG Mistake!

There’s been talk about Oscar De La Hoya possibly coming out of retirement and getting back in the ring at 42-years old.  Legendary boxing promoter Bo Arum says that would be a big mistake!

(Video) Boxing: Floyd Mayweather Calls Out Oscar De La Hoya to Fight & He Responds!

Just about every professional boxer wants to get in the ring with Floyd Mayweather and have tried their luck at calling him out but this time Floyd is the one that issued the challenge.  Oscar De La Hoya recently spoke about possibly coming out of retirement.  If he does, Mayweather wants that rematch!

(Video) Boxing: Oscar De La Hoya Talks Comeback, Only Wants To Fight One Specific Boxer

The 42-year-old Golden Boy Oscar De La Hoya was leaving the Belasco Theater in L.A. when we asked how he felt about being called out by Shane Mosley and Roy Jones Jr. After thinking about it for a second he mentions that he seriously thinks of returning for one more fight almost everyday, but he must have been hit too many times because the opponent he mentions he just is not ready for at this stage in life.

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