Posts Tagged ‘Oscar De La Hoya’

Another Oscar De La Hoya-in-womens-underwear lawsuit

November 22, 2011

Former boxer Oscar De La Hoya has already come clean and admitted to drug and alcohol addiction.

Now, a former Maxim and Playboy model is accusing De La Hoya of sticking her with a hotel bill following an evening of kinky sex and cocaine use. Angelica Marie Cecora says De La Hoya “went crazy” with cocaine and sex toys during a “drug-fueled sex party” at an expensive NewYork hotel with her and her hot Russian roommate.

Page Six of the New York Post has the awesome details of De La Hoya begging the woman to insert cocaine up his butt in a piece entitled, “Nose not enough for Oscar.” The model also details Oscar’s fetish for trying on her panties and skirt.

DE LA HOYA RETIRING?

April 13, 2009

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Boxer Oscar De La Hoya has a Tuesday press conference scheduled in Los Angeles. Speculation is De La Hoya may announce his retirement.

 

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DE LA HOYA WAS EMBARRASSED IN HIS LAST FIGHT VERSUS MANNY PACQUIAO

NO MAS!

January 6, 2009

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Say it ain’t so!

Despite being embarrassed in his fight with Manny Pacquiao last month, Fightnews.com is reporting that negotiations will soon begin for boxer Oscar De La Hoya to take on Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. De La Hoya beat Chavez’s father in 1996 and 1998.

Ring magazine also did a recent piece about five possible opponents in De La Hoya’s future. That publication is now owned by De La Hoya.

FRICKIN’ DE LA HOYA

December 7, 2008

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MANNY PACQUIAO SCORES THE BIGGEST WIN OF HIS CAREER PUMMELING OSCAR DE LA HOYA

 Manny Pacquiao had the fight of his life Saturday night at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Meanwhile, his opponent, Oscar De La Hoya, just looked old. Pacquiao was leading 80-71 on all three judges’ cards when De La Hoya couldn’t come out for the ninth round. Instead of finishing his career being carried out on his shield, De La Hoya may have ended it slumped over sitting on a stool. By not coming out for the ninth round, De La Hoya officially gave Pacquiao a TKO and the fight, but the outcome was never in doubt from the opening bell.

Pacquiao asserted himself as not only the pound-for-pound champion, but he emerged from Saturday’s match as the biggest name in boxing and the sport’s top draw. He simply dominated the fight. He won every round on every judge’s scorecard. That  included two rounds where the Philipino boxer was so clearly winning that he was awarded a 10-8 round.

Pacquiao not only landed nearly four times as many punches as De La Hoya (195-51) but he landed those shots at a better rate (59%) and they were harder. The seventh round was brutal-possibly the worst of De La Hoya’s career. Pacquiao landed 45 power punches in that round alone compared to De La Hoya’s 4.  

Some thought that Pacquiao, who had to gain considerable weight for the fight, might not be big or strong enough for De La Hoya. Instead, it was De La Hoya who withered. De La Hoya’s performance was so lackluster that it probably ended his brilliant career. While being interviewed in the ring following the fight, De La Hoya probably heard the most boos of his entire career. That at a venue, the MGM Grand Garden Arena, that was the site of some of De La Hoya’s biggest moments in the ring.

Despite his lopsided loss, De La Hoya leaves boxing with his legacy in tact as one of the sport’s all-time greats. Meanwhile Pacquiao puts himself in position to make hundreds of millions of dollars. It appears he will be boxing’s top draw for a long time to come. Up next for Pacquiao may be a fight at 147 pounds against British fighter Ricky Hatton.

DE LA HOYA TAKES SHOTS OUTSIDE THE RING

November 12, 2008

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FREDDIE ROACH: TURNS ON HIS FORMER PUPIL

Oscar De La Hoya is used to taking shots both as a boxer inside the ring and a promoter outside of it. Nonetheless, De La Hoya was blindsided by his latest critic. Freddie Roach, De La Hoya’s own former trainer, called the boxer “an old man” and predicted he will be knocked out by Manny Pacquiao in their upcoming fight in December.

Roach also said De La Hoya is “known for losing,” is a fighter not a puncher, and doesn’t have the respect of Mexican fight fans that Pacquiao does. Roach is training Pacquiao in the upcoming fight.

De La Hoya tried to take the high road saying he has “nothing but love” for his former trainer. He added there was “nothing bad” he could say about Roach. Still, it was apparent the criticism stung the former champion.

 

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DE LA HOYA/PACQUIAO TO BE ANNOUNCED THURSDAY

August 28, 2008

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Boxer/promoter Oscar De La Hoya will reportedly announce a December 6th fight against Manny Pacquiao on Thursday. The proposed fight would take place at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas and would mark the end of De La Hoya’s career as a boxer.

Camps for the two fighters had been in contract negotiations recently but were apparently deadlocked with De La Hoya wanting 70% of the fight’s gate and the Pacquia camp stuck on 40%. There’s no word on details of a final split, but a De La Hoya/Pacquiao fight could be the richest in history with revenues expected to top $100 million.

News of the fight agreement was first reported by Dan Rafael of ESPN.com.


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