Oscar de la Hoya Reveals Money In Bank Account

The legendary boxer Oscar De La Hoya was set to battle fight the Brazilian mixed martial arts champion Vítor Vieira Belfort, who competes in both heavyweight and middleweight divisions. The former heavyweight champion Evander Holyfield will reportedly replace De La Hoya in the match against Belfort. De La Hoya recently said he was ready for the biggest fight of his life this Saturday but he was forced to pull out due to Covid-19 infection that put him in the hospital.



Oscar De La Hoya flaunts bank balance

Outside of the ring, De La Hoya has established himself as boxing and mixed martial arts promoter. He said he has a huge bank balance. He said:

“Yeah, my bank account is large, larger. Yes, I sleep in silk pajamas. Yes, I don’t have to do this because my bed is so comfortable, cause it’s one of the most expensive beds ever. But I do this because I’m motivated,” he said.

In a video interview on Sept. 1 about the much-anticipated match, De La Hoya said the fight was about reaching another personal milestone in a trailblazing career, which includes a gold medal from the 1992 Barcelona Olympics and 10 world titles in six divisions. Tito Ortiz ‘Embarrasses’ Mike Tyson In Photo

De La Hoya was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2014 with a record of 39-6 and 30 knockouts.The Sept. 11 match would have been De La Hoya’s first fight in 13 years. He retired in April 2009, four months after losing to Filipino boxing champion Manny Pacquiao.

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