Oscar De La Hoya Vs Floyd Mayweather

“The Golden Boy” Oscar Delahoya Vs Floyed Mayweather “The Pretty Boy” is expected to be one of the best battles set for 2007 the world’s most popular boxer, De La Hoya (38-4, 30 KOs), will meet the fighter most consider to be the best pound-for-pound pugilist in the game, Mayweather (37-0, 24 KOs).

Mayweather is coming off a November 4 unanimous decision over Carlos Baldomir in which he won the WBC welterweight crown. De La Hoya was last seen taking the WBC light middleweight title with a sixth round TKO over Ricardo Mayorga in May of 2006.

Both men started their boxing carriers as super Feather weight, at the present time Oscar is a much bigger man now. when the bell rings in may Oscar will probably have a seven or eight pound advantage on his side. As for Floyd he barely made 149 pounds his last fight, when he fought Carlos Baldomir, it will be something to watch him to 154 pounds to fight The Golden Boy. Oscar De la hoya naturally walks around at a much heavier weight and will probably enter the ring at 157 pounds. Something may be said about the phrase “Big men – Beat up on little men” when Oscar squares off in the ring with Floyd mayweather. It is true Floyd is at his peak of his boxing carrier, a faster puncher and has less wear and tear on his body. De La Hoya has been fighting for a longer period of time than Mayweather and De La Hoya Peak has past him sometime ago, But Oscar De La Hoya is a great fighter and the current waterweight king never seems to let anyone down.

Oscar De La Hoya Vs Floyed Mayweather Results

Floyd Mayweather Jr. fulfilled his vow to defeat Oscar De La Hoya. But it remains to be seen if the bout will provide momentum for a sport that is only occasionally relevant.

Mayweather Wins Decision Over De La Hoya

De la Hoya Vs Mayweather JrSaturdays Oscar De La Hoya-Floyd Mayweather fight was close. As a split decision, it was the closest Mayweather has ever come to losing in his career. Before saturday night, he had won every single one of his fights by either unanimous decision or knockout.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. had just defeated Oscar De La Hoya in their super welterweight title bout in a split decision Saturday night when a controversy threatened to delay, if not upend, his victory.

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