Boxing news Oscar De la Hoya wants to challenge Floyd Mayweather for his return to boxing

Oscar De La Hoya has disrupted his return to boxing due to a quarrel with COVID-19. Now that he is healthy again, he calls for a fight with Floyd Mayweather and offers the champion a ton of money to take the fight.

Boxing news: Oscar De la Hoya wants to challenge Floyd Mayweather for his return to boxing

De La Hoya was expected to return to action against Vitor Belfort in the most recent Triller main event. However when Oscar caught COVID-19, Evander Holyfield stepped up on short notice to replace him, getting TKO in the first round.

Now that Oscar is healed up he is looking to have his return fight rescheduled, though not against Vitor. Speaking with TMZ, he called for a fight with Floyd Mayweather, offering the former champion a ridiculous amount of money to make it happen.

“You know who I’m going to call out for my next fight? Floyd Mayweather. I’ll offer Floyd Mayweather a hundred million dollars. A hundred million dollars,” De La Hoya said.

Although the fight between Oscar De La Hoya and Vitor Belfort was not over, Vitor was still fighting. He aged and washed Evander Holyfield in a fight that made all the viewers want to take a shower afterwards.

After dealing with the troubles of getting over being sick, Oscar has had a chance to check out and grade Vitor’s performance. He says that if it were him in the ring with Vitor, the fight would have been over even quicker.

“I would have knocked him out in 30 seconds,” Oscar De La Hoya says.

As for his run-in with COVID-19, Oscar looked rough when he posted video inside the hospital. He confirmed that things were bad when asked about it, saying that it was not great when he was forced out of the Vitor fight.

“Five days of hell. Five days of hell,” Oscar De La Hoya said.

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