The California Highway Patrol says boxing great Oscar De La Hoya has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving.
Oscar De La Hoya has teased a return to the boxing ring nearly a decade after his retirement and says he would knock out UFC star Conor McGregor in two rounds, De La Hoya said on "Golden Boy Radio with Tattoo and the Crew".
Oscar De La Hoya says the chances of him coming out of retirement and returning to the ring are “50-50.” The 42-year-old De La Hoya has not fought since December 2008.
Oscar De La Hoya believes the future of boxing lies not in the hype over his old rival Floyd Mayweather taking on UFC star Conor McGregor, but rather in Canelo Alvarez and his bout with Gennady Golovkin three weeks later.
Oscar De La Hoya has bought out the stake of two major shareholders in his company, Golden Boy Promotions, an ESPN.com report said.