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Oscar De La Hoya Challenges Conor McGregor To A Fight

Oscar De La Hoya Challenges Conor McGregor To A Fight

I've been secretly training, bro, secretly training. I m faster than ever and stronger than ever.

"I sincerely apologise for my behaviour at last weekends fight event in Dublin".

"Just one more. I'm calling him out".

"Once I know that I had stepped across and in between the fighters at 4:59, then the fight is officially over and there is no going back", Goddard wrote on Facebook.

As you've surely heard, and or seen by now, McGregor has been in hot water, after he flipped out on officials at the Dublin card. He entered the Hall of Fame in 2014 with a career record of 39-6 with 30 knockouts. He was the biggest pay-per-view star of his time and was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 2014. He retired shortly afterward, having lost three of his last five fights.

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De La Hoya, a former Olympic gold medal victor and 10x champion, has not fought since being knocked out in the eighth-round by Manny Pacquiao on December 6, 2008.

De La Hoya no doubt saw the financial success when McGregor boxed Floyd Mayweather in August. People call it a sport, but it's fighting.

McGregor hasn't yet been punished for his role in the incident and UFC has yet to comment publicly.

The Golden Boy wants a piece of The Notorious. "The itch is there, has been for a long time".

The UFC lightweight champion is expected to return to the Octagon for his next outing and he's recently challenged his rivals in the boxing community to show their courage by testing their mettle under mixed martial arts rules but that's not something that would interest "The Golden Boy".

"They already sanctioned him (by not letting him fight at UFC 219)", Mazzulli said on The MMA Hour. Don't get me wrong, Conor McGregor is a great, great fighter. He would destroy me! "Only in the ring", De La Hoya said. His work has been featured on a number of publications, including Sherdog.com, MiddleEasy.com, ESPN.com, the abandoned WCL.com as well as his own site, ULTMMA.com (R.I.P). "I don t know what it is, but I ll tell you now that I ve never felt so good before in my life". But De La Hoya said in Monday's interview that he is doing well now. The three UCLA players will now likely get a token suspension that will have no impact on the team's long-term prospects and the Bruins will just hope we all forget this ever happened. "I have to make sure I am fighting the very best". I'll come back for that fight.