The courts ruled in favor of De La Hoya in February 2001. Oscar dominated the vast majority of the first nine rounds, staying just outside Trinidad's range while generating much success with his stiff jab and blitzing combinations. Joel De La Hoya Sr. Garfield High School , he won a gold medal in the lightweight division, and reportedly "set a sport back on its feet. As the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona approached, De La Hoya turned his mother's dream into a strong focus for his training.
Vacant Title next held by Regilio Tuur. His amateur career included 234 wins — 163 by knockout, and six losses. De la Hoya next challenged Felix Sturm 20—0 for the WBO middleweight title, on June 5, 2004, with the winner also getting a shot at the undisputed world middleweight champion Bernard Hopkins. I have to be smart and make sure I think about my future plans.
Cecilia De La Hoya Education: WBO middleweight champion June 5, 2004 — September 18, 2004. He is the first American of Mexican descent to own a national boxing promotional firm, and one of the few boxers to take on promotional responsibilities while still active. February 04 , 1973 Horoscope: Eventually, however, De La Hoya accepted a match. She died that October, expressing the hope that her son would one day become an Olympic gold medalist.
De La Hoya vs. In 2008, De La Hoya starred in a commercial alongside several Mexican boxing champions for the Pronosticos lottery in Mexico. Of those six losses, two were to Shane Mosley. He has more than 342. But unfortunately, the relationship did not go on a long track and had been separated in 2000. De La Hoya took a beating and his corner stopped the fight after the eighth round.
De La Hoya was awarded a unanimous decision, becoming the first boxer in history to win world titles in six different weight divisions. Vacant Title next held by Regilio Tuur. De La Hoya was knocked down once in the fight, while Quartey was down twice.
Oscar dominated the vast majority of the first nine rounds, staying just outside Trinidad's range while generating much success with his stiff jab and blitzing combinations. Retrieved August 2, 2018. I'm gonna go for it. Archived from the original on 2008-12-08. Whereas the Whitaker and Quartey fights were considered close bouts that could have gone either way or been called a draw, general opinion was that De La Hoya lost to Sturm, with Compubox counting Sturm as landing 234 of 541 punches, while counting De La Hoya as landing 188 of 792. Archived from the original on December 17, 2008.
Won vacant WBO lightweight title. Won WBC and lineal light middleweight titles. Vargas tested positive for stanozolol after the fight. He had no legs, he was hesitant and he was shot. They knew each other as amateurs and it is said the rivalry began when Vargas was angered by De La Hoya laughing at him after he fell into a snowbank. February 04 , 1973 Horoscope:
Louis, Mississippi , U. De La Hoya in 2011. Oscar dominated the vast majority of the first nine rounds, staying just outside Trinidad's range while generating much success with his stiff jab and blitzing combinations. De La Hoya pressed throughout, doing best when using his left jab.
Several days before the fight, De La Hoya's hand was cut when his wraps were being cut off after training, requiring eleven stitches to close. Quotes The fight life, that was easy. Archived September 27, 2008, at the Wayback Machine. De La Hoya successfully sued Bob Arum in 2000 to break his contract with the promoter.
The fight was scheduled for early 2002, but De La Hoya had to withdraw because of a hand injury. De La Hoya was named The Ring magazine Fighter of the Year in 1995, and was its top-rated fighter in the world, pound for pound , in 1997 and 1998. He and his corner both maintained it was not an issue going into the bout. In 1998 he had accused in a lawsuit of rape.
I'm gonna go for it. Vacant Title next held by Regilio Tuur. Cecilia De La Hoya Education: Fans and boxing analysts called for a rematch, which never happened. He knocked him out in the sixth round to take his tenth world title.
In 2007, photographs featuring a cross-dressed De La Hoya were posted on a tabloid website and received extensive publicity across the internet. Garfield High School Profession: De La Hoya won the national Junior Olympics 119-pound title at age 15, following up with the 125-pound title the following year. The courts ruled in favor of De La Hoya in February 2001. The fight was stopped due to a several bad cuts suffered by Chavez above his left eye.