Oscar De La Hoya: “I Can Beat Conor McGregor in Two Rounds”

Whatever you say, Oscar De La Hoya remains as one of the top boxers in his prime day. Today, he mentioned about a boxing match with Conor McGregor and the result. Read more below!

Oscar De La Hoya

Oscar De La Hoya: “I Can Beat Conor McGregor in Two Rounds!”

Without a doubt, the Mexican-American legend was among the best boxers during his heyday. Besides his record as a six-weight champion, he was also an Olympic gold medallist. After retiring, he now works as one of the biggest boxing promoters in the world.in the business. Furthermore, the Goldenboy Promotions is currently the representative of big names like Saul’ Canelo’ Alvarez. 

In case you didn’t know, they were able to score a big contract with streaming network DAZN to broadcast their fights exclusively. Asides from being a canny operator for his organization, De La Hoya still believes that he can win in the ring if he could. Recently, he shared about what would happen if he enters a boxing match with Conor McGregor – a fighter that is 17 years younger than him. 

Surprisingly, the nearly fifty years old boxer is positive that he could crush the Irishman. “Come on, brother. Two rounds! Because one thing about me: I went for the kill always. And look, Conor McGregor, I love him in the Octagon, I respect him, I watch him all the time, but the boxing ring is a whole different story. A whole different story.” On the other hand, this was not the first time that De La Hoya has made this claim. We could recall him saying the same thing when Floyd Mayweather defeated McGregor in 2017. 

Dana White

Besides, Oscar De La Hoya also shared some kind words about UFC President Dana White. “I commend and respect Dana. We did have our differences. When I wanted to get involved with the MMA, I did Chuck Liddell (vs.) Tito Ortiz. It was a huge success. I dipped my toes into the water, and I experienced it. It was wonderful. I love MMA. Dana came out and criticized me and ridiculed me and all that stuff. You know what? Dana is doing a phenomenal job in defending his sport, growing his sport, and he’s doing it big. He’s doing it great, man. I commend him.”