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Sport De La Hoya insists he's 'serious' about making a comeback aged 47

11:51  23 october  2020
11:51  23 october  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Oscar De La Hoya hasn't fought since 2008, when he was knocked out by Manny Pacquiao in the Business InsiderJune 24, 2015, 4: 47 PM. Seven years later, De La Hoya told ESPN's Dan Rafel he ' s now "very serious " about making a comeback at age 42.

Hall of Fame fighter Oscar De La Hoya maintains that he ’ s serious about making a comeback as a fighter after officially making the announcement in August. The six-division champion De La Hoya (39-6, 30 KOs)

Oscar De La Hoya, George Foreman posing for the camera: MailOnline logo © Provided by Daily Mail MailOnline logo

Oscar De La Hoya has insisted he is serious about making a comeback and has set his sights on fighting 'the very best' again despite retiring twelve years ago.

The Golden Boy Promoter teased a return to the ring earlier this year and has reiterated he is 'really considering' pushing ahead with his plans.

De La Hoya, 47, has not fought since being forced to retire against Manny Pacquiao in 2008, but is back in training and plotting to fight again early next year.

Oscar De La Hoya standing posing for the camera: Oscar De La Hoya has insisted he is 'really considering' making a comeback at the age of 47 © Provided by Daily Mail Oscar De La Hoya has insisted he is 'really considering' making a comeback at the age of 47 a man in a boxing ring: De La Hoya has not fought since being forced to retire against Manny Pacquiao back in 2008 © Provided by Daily Mail De La Hoya has not fought since being forced to retire against Manny Pacquiao back in 2008

'I really am considering making a comeback,' he said on an Instagram live video. 'I have been training. I seriously feel incredible. I feel amazing.'

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Unlike Mike Tyson, whose slated return will come in a exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr, De La Hoya has sworn that he'll only come out of retirement to take on one of today's greats in a professional bout.

'With me, I always fought the very best, and why not?' he said.

'If I make the comeback in the first quarter of next year, by the way, I have slimmed down 20 pounds, it's going to be against the very best, like always.

George Foreman in a boxing ring: He believes he can emulate George Foreman, who won a title at 45 and fought until he was 48 © Provided by Daily Mail He believes he can emulate George Foreman, who won a title at 45 and fought until he was 48 José Sulaimán standing on a stage in front of a crowd: De La Hoya enjoyed an illustrious career in the ring and won world titles at six different weights © Provided by Daily Mail De La Hoya enjoyed an illustrious career in the ring and won world titles at six different weights

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De La Hoya would not be the first former world champion to be tempted by a return and pointed to George Foreman, who was coaxed out of retirement on two occasions and enjoyed success in his later years, winning a world title at 45.

He added: 'George Foreman did it, and I think I can do it as well. I feel like a million, million bucks. It's crazy.'

The Hall of Famer boxer won eleven world titles in six different weight-divisions during a distinguished career in the ring and fought some of boxing's best talents throughout the 90s and early 2000s, including blockbuster showdowns with Floyd Mayweather, Shane Mosley, Pernell Whitaker, Felix Trinidad and Bernard Hopkins.

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