Oscar de la Hoya Daughter Lets It All Hang Out In Photo

Oscar de la Hoya’s daughter Atila de la Hoya recently took to her Instagram and uploaded a few gorgeous photos of herself, where she showed off her assets.





Rumors have been circulating for weeks about a potential lawsuit between Ryan Garcia and Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions. The boxing world is no stranger to gossip, but on Thursday, De La Hoya may have escalated the situation, potentially pushing Garcia towards legal action even if it wasn’t initially in his plans.

The public feud between the two unfolded on Twitter, reminiscent of De La Hoya’s own past conflict with promoter Bob Arum of Top Rank. De La Hoya had sued Arum to be released from his contract, which resulted in a less successful reunion between the two compared to their previous partnership. This experience taught Arum the valuable lesson that when a boxer’s loyalty wavers, a contract becomes practically worthless.

De La Hoya’s recent Twitter exchange with Garcia began when he proposed a fight between Garcia and Manny Pacquiao, seemingly hoping that Garcia could build his career by defeating the 44-year-old Pacquiao, who had once defeated a fading De La Hoya. However, Garcia promptly declined the offer and expressed his annoyance when De La Hoya posted a photo of himself with Rolando Romero, whom Garcia had expressed interest in fighting along with Isaac Cruz and Teofimo Lopez.

While De La Hoya initially responded sensibly by suggesting a face-to-face conversation to resolve matters, he continued to engage with Garcia, ultimately burying himself in the argument. He criticized Garcia for accepting a rehydration clause in his fight with Tank Davis, which was a sore spot for the young fighter who had recently suffered his first defeat. De La Hoya’s choice to directly blame Garcia for the loss, mentioning his advisor Lupe, was particularly unwise and reminiscent of how a young De La Hoya might have reacted to a similar comment from Arum.



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