Hall of Fame and now retired boxer Oscar De La Hoya wants to step into a ring and box McGregor.
The 44-year-old legend hasn't fought in a professional match in almost a decade.
"You know I'm competitive", De La Hoya said Monday, according to ESPN's Dan Rafael. I'm faster than ever and stronger than ever. Two rounds, that's all I need. I'll come back for that.
"Just one more. I'm calling him out".
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"I had some executives from UFC contact me within two hours after what occurred and they basically said to me that it's completely unacceptable in their eyes and that they will be doing something", Mazzulli told The MMA Hour. But, McGregor lost to Mayweather, so, would the UFC, or the Irish star's team even want to run the risk of having him lose to the older De La Hoya? "I think Conor thought the fight was going to continue and that's when he went over to him and had words". You heard it on Golden Boy Radio.
It's not clear if De La Hoya is being entirely serious.
But De La Hoya is wary of the threat posed by the Crumlin-born mixed martial arts fighter, adding: "Let's get it straight - in the cage, he would freaking destroy me".
Oscar De La Hoya, a 10-time world title victor and former pay-per-view giant, has teased the idea of a possible return to the boxing ring.
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"He would destroy me".
"I've been working out for the last five months". "You know I still have it in me".
De La Hoya was one of the most vocal critics of Mayweather vs. McGregor and he was rightly called out by UFC President Dana White for hypocrisy as De La Hoya didn't have much of an issue with "The Notorious" switching codes when one a Golden Boy fighter was being touted as a potential opponent.
Notorious, filmed over the course of 4 years, is a gripping access-all-areas account of McGregor's personal and professional journey from claiming benefits and living in his mum's spare room with his girlfriend to claiming multiple championship belts and 7-figure pay packets. How would De La Hoya perform against McGregor in a boxing ring?
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