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227's YouTube "Chili"-SHAQ vs. Oscar De La Hoya (Boxing)! - Oscar De La Hoya From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Oscar De La Hoya Statistics Real name Oscar De La Hoya Nickname(s) "The Golden Boy " Rated at Light Middleweight Height 5 ft 10 in (179 cm) Nationality American / Mexican Birth date February 4, 1973 (1973-02-04) (age 36) Birth place Los Angeles, CA Stance Orthodox Boxing record Total fights 45 Wins 39 Wins by KO 30 Losses 6 Draws 0 No contests 0 Oscar De La Hoya (born February 4, 1973) — nicknamed "The Golden Boy" — is a retired American boxer of Mexican descent. He won a gold medal at the Barcelona Olympic Games. De La Hoya comes from a boxing family. His grandfather Vicente, father Joel Sr., and brother Joel Jr. were all boxers. De La Hoya was Ring Magazine's "Fighter of the Year" in 1995 and Ring Magazine's top-rated Pound for Pound fighter in the world in 1997. De La Hoya officially announced his retirement from the sport at a press conference held in Los Angeles on April 14, 2009, thus ending any speculation of a potential match-up with undefeated junior middleweight, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. De La Hoya has defeated 17 world champions and has won 10 world titles in six different weight classes. He has also generated more money than any other boxer in the history of the sport, an estimated $696 million pay-per-view income. De La Hoya's amateur career included 223 wins, 163 by knockout, with only 6 losses. He won the United States' only boxing gold medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics, a win which he dedicated to his deceased mother. De La Hoya founded Golden Boy Promotions, a combat sport promotional firm. He is the first American of Hispanic descent to own a national boxing promotional firm and one of the few boxers to take on promotional responsibilities while still active. Contents [hide] 1 Professional career 1.1 Super Featherweight title 1.2 Lightweight title 1.3 Light Welterweight title 1.4 Welterweight title 1.5 Moving up to Junior Middleweight 1.6 Rivalry with Vargas 1.7 Moving up to Middleweight 1.8 De La Hoya-Hopkins 1.9 The Comeback Against Mayorga 1.10 "The World Awaits" 1.11 The Dream Match 2 Retirement 3 Amateur highlights 4 Professional record 5 Life outside the ring 6 See also 7 References 8 External links Professional career Super Featherweight title On 227's YouTube "Chili"-SHAQ vs. Oscar De La Hoya (Boxing)-Shaq Fights Down at Oscar de la Hoya's Level!
November 23, 1992, De La Hoya made his professional debut by scoring a first round TKO victory. In his twelfth professional fight, he won his first world title at age 20, stopping Jimmy Bredahl in the tenth round to win the WBO junior lightweight title. He defended the title once against Giorgio Campanella (20-0) via third round technical knockout. Lightweight title On 29 July 1994, he defeated Jorge Paez by second round knockout to win the WBO lightweight title. In his first title defense, he defeated John-John Molina, who had recently vacated his IBF super featherweight title, by unanimous decision. On 6 May 1995, De la hoya defeated IBF lightweight champion Rafael Ruelas (43-1-0) in a unification bout. De la Hoya knocked Ruelas down down twice before the fight was stopped in the second round. In his next bout, he defended his title against undefeated super featherweight champion Genaro Hernandez (32-0-1). In his sixth and final defense of his lightweight title, he defeated Jesse James Leija (30-1-2). Light Welterweight title On June 7, 1996, Oscar de la Hoya fought Mexican legend Julio Cesar Chavez for the WBC Light Welterweight championship. De la Hoya, the underdog with a record of 21-0 with 19 KO's, beat Chavez by TKO (Referee Stoppage) after the 3rd round. He successfully defended his title against undefeated lightweight champion and number one light welterweight contender Miguel Ángel González (41-0-0). Welterweight title On March 12, 1997, De La Hoya fought the man regarded as the best pound for pound fighter in the world, Pernell Whitaker and by winning a 12 round decision, became regarded as the best pound for pound fighter in the world and the WBC welterweight champion. On 13 September 1997, he defeated Hector Camacho by unanimous decision. On September 8, 1998, he fought a rematch with Julio Cesar Chavez and defeated him by eighth round TKO. In his next bout, he 227's YouTube "Chili"-SHAQ vs. Oscar De La Hoya (Boxing)-Shaq vs. Oscar De La Hoya fight - Just released!
faced undefeated WBA welterweight champion Ike Quartey (34-0-1) and won by split decision. He then defeated Oba Carr (48-2-1) by eleventh round TKO. After seven defenses of his WBC welterweight title, De La Hoya fought rival and IBF champion Felix Trinidad on September 18, 1999, in one of the biggest pay-per-view events in history, setting a record for a non-heavyweight fight. Trinidad was ultimately awarded a majority decision. Even though it was clear to everyone at ringside that De La Hoya had a sizable lead by the halfway stage of the fight (De La Hoya cruised the last 3 rounds), the scorecards had Trinidad slightly ahead, even though Trinidad threw only 20 punches more than De La Hoya in round 12, one of the judges gave it to De La Hoya. The judges scorecards came under question after the decision. Fans and boxing analysts called for a rematch, which never happened. Moving up to Junior Middleweight De La Hoya fought as a welterweight three more times after the Trinidad fight, including a controversial split decision loss to Shane Mosley. Mosley has been connected to the BALCO Labs steroid scandal. Jeff Novitzky, a lead investigator on the BALCO case, reported that document seized from the lab show that Mosley received "the clear" and "the cream", both designer steroids. Mosley reportedly began his doping regimen prior to his 2003 bout with Oscar De La Hoya, a match that he won due in part to his strong performance in the later rounds of the fight. . Oscar also defeated Arturo Gatti by fifth round TKO. He then moved up to junior middleweight, challenging the Spanish WBC junior middleweight champion Javier Castillejo. De La Hoya dominated the fight, winning almost every round and knocking Castillejo down with ten seconds to go to win the title. Rivalry with Vargas De La Hoya did not fight for the 15 months, and in this time the rivalry between him and WBA junior middleweight champion "Ferocious" Fernando Vargas grew. 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. De La Hoya said he would never fight him. Eventually, however, De La Hoya accepted a match. The fight was scheduled for early 2002, but De La Hoya had to withdraw because of a hand injury. The unification bout, labeled "Bad Blood", finally took place on 14 September 2002, at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas. The fight was even for the first six rounds, with Vargas landing punches on the ropes in the odd rounds, while De La Hoya outboxed him in the even rounds. De La Hoya took over the fight in the seventh round, and hurt Vargas with a left hook in the tenth. In the next round, De La Hoya knocked Vargas down with a left hook, and stopped him moments later. The win is widely considered to be the biggest of De La Hoya's career. Vargas tested positive for stanozolol after the fight. De La Hoya defended his unified title against Yori Boy Campas (KO 6), before facing Shane Mosley in a rematch. The fight, billed as "Retribution" and staged at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, was more of a boxing match than their first encounter, and
many rounds were close. Nevertheless, Mosley won a close unanimous decision, with all judges scoring the bout 115-113 in his favor, even though Compubox showed that De La Hoya had landed more punches. Mosley would later admit to using performance-enhancing drugs from BALCO for this bout, saying he thought they were legal supplements.  Moving up to Middleweight De la Hoya next challenged Felix Sturm for the WBO world middleweight title on 5 June 2004. Although it was a controversial decision, he was awarded a unanimous decision and became the first boxer in history to win world titles in six different weight divisions. All three judges scored the bout 115-113 in favor of De La Hoya. Compubox counted Sturm as landing 234 of 541 punches, while counting De La Hoya as landing 188 of 792.  De La Hoya-Hopkins De la Hoya challenged for the WBC, WBA, and IBF middleweight championship and unsuccessfully defended his WBO title against Bernard Hopkins, then universally considered the number one pound-for-pound fighter in the world, on September 18, 2004 in Las Vegas. Although the fight was at a catchweight of 158 pounds (72 kg), many thought De La Hoya was too small for the weight class, and Hopkins was considered a heavy favorite. Despite the fact that he was fighting with a cut on his left palm, De La Hoya fought a smart fight and was actually ahead 77-75 on one scorecard in the ninth round when Hopkins hit him a left hook to the liver, knocking De La Hoya down and resulting in the first knockout of De La Hoya's career. De la Hoya later said that he wasn't dizzy at all, but that he couldn't get up because the pain of a well placed livershot is unbearable. Despite losing, De La Hoya made over $30 million from the fight. The Comeback Against Mayorga De La Hoya took a layoff of 20 months, before signing to fight WBC junior middleweight champion Ricardo Mayorga. In the buildup to the fight, Mayorga insulted everything from De La Hoya's sexuality to his wife and child, but when they fought on 6 May 2006, De La Hoya knocked Mayorga down in the first minute of the fight with a left hook. He knocked him out in the sixth round to take his tenth world title. "The World Awaits" Main article: De La Hoya-Mayweather In early 2007, De La Hoya signed to defend his title against WBC welterweight champion Floyd Mayweather, Jr., the man considered to be the best fighter in the world. Tickets sold out within three hours. De la Hoya was a two to one underdog in the fight. The fight took place on 5 May 2007. De La Hoya pressed through out all the rounds, doing his best when he used his lead left jab. De La Hoya rallied in the final round, but Mayweather was awarded the split decision. On 3 May 2008, at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, De La Hoya fought Steve Forbes in a tuneup for a possible rematch with Mayweather. De La Hoya showed a more relaxed style, throwing a constant jab and always staying on his toes. He opened a cut near Forbes' eye in the sixth round. On 6 June 2008, Floyd Mayweather, Jr. announced his retirement from boxing, effectively ending talk of a rematch. The Dream Match Main article: The Dream Match De La Hoya was scheduled to face Manny Pacquiao on 6 December 2008 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Presented by Golden Boy Promotions and Top Rank, Inc., the bout was a 12-round, non-title fight at the 147-pound (67 kg) welterweight limit. Although Manny Pacquiao went into the fight recognized as the leading pound-for-pound boxer in the world, some pundits speculated that 147 pounds could have been too far above his natural weight against the larger De La Hoya. However, Pacquiao's trainer Freddy Roach was confident of a victory as he stated that De La Hoya could no longer "pull the trigger" at that stage in his career. De La Hoya, who was favored to win the bout due to his size advantage, was expected to be the heavier of the two on fight night. However, though Pacquiao weighed 142 pounds (64 kg) and De La Hoya 145 pounds (66 kg) at the official weigh-in on Friday, De La Hoya entered the ring at 147 pounds to Pacquiao's 148.5 pounds (67.4 kg). De La Hoya lost the fight by way of TKO after 9 rounds in a dominant performance by Manny Pacquiao. Pacquiao was ahead on all three judges' scorecards before the stoppage, with two judges scoring the fight at 80-71 and one scoring it at 79-72. After the bout trainer Freddy Roach stated, "We knew we had him after the first round. He had no legs, he was hesitant and he was shot." Confirming Roach's pre-fight predictions that he'd grown too old, De La Hoya crossed the ring to Pacquiao's corner after the bout was stopped and told Roach, "You're right Freddie. I don't have it anymore." When asked by reporters whether he would continue fighting, De La Hoya responded, "My heart still wants to fight, that's for sure," De La Hoya said. "But when your physical doesn't respond, what can you do? I have to be smart and make sure I think about my future plans." During the first episode of the HBO 24/7 Pacquiao - Hatton series, Roach had said he saw IV marks on De La Hoya's arm, pointing out that he needed to be rehydrated surgically as a last result. Retirement De La Hoya announced his retirement, ending any speculation about a potential fight with undefeated middleweight champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr Amateur highlights Olympic medal record Men's Boxing Gold 1992 Barcelona Lightweight 1989 Gold Medalist National Golden Gloves 1990 Gold Medalist US National Championships 1990 Gold Medalist Goodwill Games 1991 Gold Medalist US National Championships 1991 Gold Medalist US Olympic Festival 1992 Gold Medalist World Championships Challenge 1992 Gold Medalist Olympic Games Amateur record: 224-5 Professional record Record to Date Won 39 (KOs 30) Lost 6 Drawn 0 Total 45 Date Opponent W-L-D Location Result 2008-12-06 Manny Pacquiao 47-3-2 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. L TKO 9 2008-05-03 Steve Forbes 34-7-0 Carson, California, U.S. W UD 12 2007-05-05 Floyd Mayweather Jr. WBC Super Welterweight Title 38-0-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. L SD 12 2006-05-06 Ricardo Mayorga WBC Super Welterweight Title 28-6-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 6 2004-09-18 Bernard Hopkins WBA Middleweight Super Title WBC Middleweight Title IBF Middleweight Title WBO Middleweight Title 45-2-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. L KO 9 2004-06-05 Felix Sturm WBO Middleweight Title 20-0-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W UD 12 2003-09-13 Shane Mosley WBC Super Welterweight Title WBA Light Middleweight Super Title 38-0-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. L UD 12 2003-05-03 Luis Ramon Campas WBC Super Welterweight Title WBA Light Middleweight Super Title 80-5-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 7 2002-09-14 Fernando Vargas WBC Super Welterweight Title WBA Light Middleweight Super Title 22-0-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 11 2001-06-23 Javier Castillejo WBC Super Welterweight Title 51-1-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W UD 12 2001-03-24 Arturo Gatti 33-1-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 5 2000-06-17 Shane Mosley WBC Welterweight Title 34-0-0 Los Angeles, California, U.S. L SD 12 2000-02-26 Derrell Coley 34-1-2 New York, New York, U.S. W TKO 7 1999-09-18 Felix Trinidad WBC Welterweight Title IBF Welterweight Title 35-0-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. L MD 12 1999-05-22 Oba Carr WBC Welterweight Title 48-2-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 11 1999-02-13 Ike Quartey WBC Welterweight Title 34-0-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W SD 12 1998-09-18 Julio César Chávez WBC Welterweight Title 104-4-2 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 8 1998-06-13 Patrick Charpentier WBC Welterweight Title 27-4-1 El Paso, Texas, U.S. W TKO 3 1997-12-06 Wilfredo Rivera WBC Welterweight Title 27-2-1 Atlantic City, New Jersey, U.S. W TKO 8 1997-09-13 Hector Camacho WBC Welterweight Title 64-3-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W UD 12 1997-06-14 David Kamau WBC Welterweight Title 28-1-0 San Antonio, Texas, U.S. W KO 2 1997-04-12 Pernell Whitaker WBC Welterweight Title 40-1-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W UD 12 1997-01-18 Miguel Angel Gonzalez WBC Light Welterweight Title 41-0-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W UD 12 1996-06-07 Julio César Chávez WBC Light Welterweight Title 97-1-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 4 1996-02-09 Darryl Tyson 47-8-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W KO 2 1995-12-15 Jesse James Leija WBO Lightweight Title 30-1-2 New York, New York, U.S. W TKO 2 1995-09-09 Genaro Hernandez WBO Lightweight Title 32-0-1 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 6 1995-05-06 Rafael Ruelas IBF Lightweight Title WBO Lightweight Title 43-1-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 2 1995-02-18 Juan Molina WBO Lightweight Title 36-3-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W UD 12 1994-12-10 John Avila WBO Lightweight Title 20-1-1 Los Angeles, California, U.S. W TKO 9 1994-11-18 Carl Griffith WBO Lightweight Title 28-3-2 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 3 1994-07-29 Jorge Paez Vacant WBO Lightweight Title 53-6-4 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W KO 2 1994-05-27 Giorgio Campanella WBO Super Featherweight Title 21-0-0 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 3 1994-03-05 Jimmi Bredahl WBO Super Featherweight Title 16-0-0 Los Angeles, California, U.S. W TKO 10 1993-10-30 Narciso Valenzuela 35-13-2 Phoenix, Arizona, U.S. W KO 1 1993-08-27 Angelo Nuñez 10-4-3 Beverly Hills, California, U.S. W TKO 4 1993-08-14 Renaldo Carter 27-4-1 Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, U.S. W TKO 6 1993-06-07 Troy Dorsey 15-7-4 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 1 1993-05-08 Frank Avelar 15-3-0 Primm, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 4 1993-04-06 Mike Grable 13-1-2 Rochester, New York, U.S. W UD 8 1993-03-13 Jeff Mayweather 23-2-2 Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. W TKO 4 1993-02-06 Curtis Strong 14-6-2 San Diego, California, U.S. W TKO 4 1993-01-03 Paris Alexander 15-6-2 Hollywood, California, U.S. W TKO 2 1992-12-12 Clifford Hicks 13-6-0 Phoenix, Arizona, U.S. W KO 1 1992-11-23 Lamar Williams 5-1-1 Inglewood, California, U.S. W KO 1 Life outside the ring In 2000 he released a Grammy-nominated CD, entitled Oscar De La Hoya. Released through EMI International. The self-titled CD is a Latin pop album with 13 tracks in both English and Spanish written by Diane Warren and the Bee-Gees. On 5 October 2001, De La Hoya married Millie Corretjer. They have two children together. He also has a daughter with Shanna Moakler. In 2004 he debuted a clothing line of casual, and active-inspired apparel through Mervyns department stores. In the summer of 2004, De La Hoya starred in and hosted a boxing reality television series on Fox and Fox Sports Net titled The Next Great Champ. In 2005, Golden Boy Enterprises announced the formation of Golden Boy Partners, a company focused on urban development in Latino communities. This fictional picture book was the 2007 Bilingual Children’s Picture Book of the year.In 2006, De La Hoya authorized a children's picture book titled Super Oscar  published by Simon and Schuster and released in his name. The book was written by noted children's author Mark Shulman and illustrated by children's illustrator Lisa Kopelke. The book tells the story of young Oscar as a daydreamer, who uses his great physical ability to prepare an elaborate picnic for his entire neighborhood in just fifteen minutes. Written in English and Spanish, the book received unanimously positive reviews from the publishing review journals. Super Oscar was selected as the winner of the 2007 Latino Book Awards Best Bilingual Children’s Picture Book of the year.. In September 2007, De La Hoya's company Golden Boy Enterprises acquired The Ring Magazine, KO Magazine, World Boxing Magazine and Pro Wrestling Illustrated from Kappa Publishing Group. In late 2007, photographs featuring De La Hoya cross-dressed in company of a woman not his wife were posted on a tabloid website and received extensive publicity across the internet. De la Hoya has denied the authenticity of the photos. His lawyer stated, "The photographs depicting Mr. De La Hoya's image that were posted online today by an obscure paparazzi Web site are fake. Many of the Web site's viewers (as reflected in postings on the site) identified the photos as 'a really bad photoshop job.' Unfortunately, with today's technology, anyone can make any photo seem like something other than it is." In September 2007, Mila Dravnel, the woman who sold the photographs, recanted her allegations against De La Hoya and denied the authenticity of the photographs. However, in May 2008, Dravnel sued De La Hoya for slander, but she dropped the lawsuit after experts determined the photographs had been digitally doctored. On 1 May 2007, the Staples Center sports arena announced that a 7-foot (2.1 m) bronze statue of Oscar De La Hoya would join similar tributes to Los Angeles sports stars Magic Johnson and Wayne Gretzky at Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles. The statue was unveiled on 2 December 2008. In February 2008, Golden Boy acquired a 25% stake of Major League Soccer side Houston Dynamo, along with Brener International Group. De La Hoya started a charitable foundation to help underprivileged youth to education. In 2008, he donated $3.5 million to the De La Hoya Animo Charter High School. In June 2008, De La Hoya published his autobiography entitled "American Son". He is a member of the 2008 United States Olympic Hall of Fame. Oscar De La Hoya is on the front covers of the PS3, Xbox 360, and PSP versions of EASports' Fight Night Round 3. In 2008, De La Hoya starred in a commercial alongside several Mexican boxing champions for Pronosticos lottery in Mexico. The 300 film inspired commercial featured the Mexican champions battling giants and other large creatures. See also List of Olympic medalists in boxing List of lightweight boxing champions List of WBC world champions List of boxing triple champions List of boxing quadruple champions List of boxing quintuple champions List of boxing sextuple champions Ring Magazine pound for pound Millie Corretjer Floyd Mayweather, Jr. References ^ ESPN Deportes Unveils List of 'Next Hispanic Athletes' ^ Oscar De La Hoya ^ Oscar De La Hoya vs Steve Forbes Betting Preview - Boxing's richest fighter of all-time, Oscar "Th ^ Bye Bye Golden Boy ^ HBO: Boxing: Fighters: Bio: OSCAR DE LA HOYA ^ :: Golden Boy Promotions Inc. :: ^ Oscar De La Hoya ^ SI.com - More Sports - Boxer Shane Mosley accused of doping - Friday September 28, 2007 8:47PM ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/boxing/news/story?id=3041449 ^ De La Hoya Gets Decision - But Hopkins Wins | TheSweetScience.com Boxing ^ a b http://www.eastsideboxing.com/index.php?m=200605 ^ www.telegraph.co.uk/sport/othersports/boxingandmma/2299363/De-Le-Hoya-defeats-Forbes-with-points-win.html ^ http://sports.yahoo.com/box/news?slug=ki-roundbyround050308&prov=yhoo&type=lgns ^  ^ http://sports.espn.go.com/sports/boxing/news/story?id=3742771 ^ a b http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/more_sports/2008/12/06/2008-12-06_de_la_hoya_is_golden_boy_no_more-2.html ^ http://edition.cnn.com/2008/SPORT/12/07/pacquiao.delahoya.ap/index.html ^ http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-spw-boxing7-2008dec07,0,2656956.story ^ http://www.dailymail.com/Sports/Otherprosports/200812070006?page=2&build=cache ^ http://www.hbo.com/boxing/fighters/delahoya_oscar/bio.html ^ http://www.hispanicprwire.com/news.php?l=in&id=2890&cha=5 ^ :: Golden Boy Promotions Inc. :: ^ http://search.barnesandnoble.com/Super-Oscar/Oscar-De-La-Hoya/e/9781416906117#TABS ^ http://www.latinofestivals.com/sponsors/press-room/latinobook/index.htm ^ http://www.eastsideboxing.com/news.php?p=12390&more=1 ^ Oscar De La Hoya's Attorney Speaks Out ^ http://www.nypost.com/seven/09252007/gossip/pagesix/de_la_hoya_strippers_remorse.htm ^ http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/2008/06/10/2008-06-10_pix_fixed_so_stripper_drops_oscar_de_la_.html ^ Statue of Oscar De La Hoya coming to Staples Center - Los Angeles Times ^ http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-plaschke2-2008dec02,0,1610691.column ^ http://sports.yahoo.com/mls/news?slug=txdynamodelahoya&prov=st&type=lgns ^ "A Oscar De La Hoya gives $3.5M to LA charter schools". http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20080620/ap_en_ot/people_oscar_de_la_hoya_1;_ylt=A0WTcWDItVxIqPgAPwRH2ocA. Retrieved 2008-06-20. ^ ‘American Son,’ by Oscar De La Hoya - Biography and memoirs - MSNBC.com ^ http://www.usolympichalloffame.com/ ^ http://www.xbox.com/en-US/games/e/easportsfightnightround3xbox360/20060227-oscardelahoyainterview.htm ^ http://www.pronosticos.gob.mx/Pages/Inicio.aspx External links Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Oscar De La Hoya Official Site, Golden Boy Promotions News on Oscar De La Hoya and the world of boxing Oscar De La Hoya Fight-by-Fight Career Record Professional boxing record for Oscar De La Hoya from Boxrec VIDEO: Inside Oscar De La Hoya's training camp @ FightFan.com Oscar De La Hoya Fan Club Oscar De La Hoya Rings the NASDAQ Closing Bell Boxing-Encyclopedia Awards Preceded by Roy Jones Jr. Ring Magazine Fighter of the Year 1995 Succeeded by Evander Holyfield Sporting positions Preceded by Andreas Zülow Olympic Lightweight Boxing Gold Medalist August 1992 Succeeded by Hocine Soltani Preceded by Jimmi Bredahl WBO Super Featherweight champion 5 March 1994 - 1994 Vacates title Succeeded by Regilio Tuur Preceded by Giovanni Parisi Vacated 5th World Lightweight Champion (WBO) 29 July 1994 - 1996 Vacates title Succeeded by Artur Grigorian Preceded by Rafael Ruelas 11th World Lightweight Champion (IBF) 6 May 1995 - July 1995 Stripped of title Succeeded by Philip Holiday Preceded by Julio César Chávez 24th World Light Welterweight Champion (WBC) 7 June 1996 - 1997 Vacates title Succeeded by Kostya Tszyu Preceded by Pernell Whitaker 25th World Welterweight Champion (WBC) 12 April 1997 - 18 September 1999 Succeeded by Felix Trinidad Preceded by Felix Trinidad Vacated WBC Welterweight Champion 3 March 2000 – 17 June 2000 Succeeded by Shane Mosley Preceded by Javier Castillejo WBC Super Welterweight Champion 23 June 2001 - 13 September 2003 Preceded by Felix Trinidad Vacated WBA Light Middleweight Super Champion 14 September 2002 - 13 September 2003 Preceded by Felix Sturm WBO Middleweight Champion 5 June 2004 - 18 September 2004 Succeeded by Bernard Hopkins Preceded by Ricardo Mayorga WBC Super Welterweight Champion 6 May 2006 - 5 May 2007 Succeeded by Floyd Mayweather Jr. [show]v • d • eOlympic Boxing Champions in Men's Lightweight 1904: 125–135 lb (56.7–61.2 kg), 1908: 126–140 lb (57.2–63.5 kg), 1920–1936: 126–135 lb (57.2–61.2 kg), 1948: 58–62 kg 1952–2008: 57–60 kg 1904: Harry Spanjer (USA) • 1908: Frederick Grace (GBR) • 1920: Samuel Mosberg (USA) • 1924: Hans Jacob Nielsen (DEN) • 1928: Carlo Orlandi (ITA) • 1932: Lawrence Stevens (RSA) • 1936: Imre Harangi (HUN) • 1948: Gerald Dreyer (RSA) • 1952: Aureliano Bolognesi (ITA) • 1956: Richard McTaggart (GBR) • 1960: Kazimierz Paździor (POL) • 1964: Józef Grudzień (POL) • 1968: Ronnie Harris (USA) • 1972: Jan Szczepański (POL) • 1976: Howard Davis (USA) • 1980: Ángel Herrera (CUB) • 1984: Pernell Whitaker (USA) • 1988: Andreas Zülow (GDR) • 1992: Oscar De La Hoya (USA) • 1996: Hocine Soltani (ALG) • 2000–2004: Mario Kindelán (CUB) • 2008: Aleksei Tishchenko (RUS) [show]v • d • eHouston Dynamo Founded in 2005 • Based in Houston, Texas The Club History • Seasons • Records • Players • All articles Stadiums Robertson Stadium • New Houston Dynamo Stadium Culture Texian Army • El Batallón • Dynamo Girls • Diesel • Mike Jones Rivalries Texas Derby • Dynamo-Galaxy rivalry Important Figures Brian Ching • Ricardo Clark • Paul Dalglish • Dwayne De Rosario • Stuart Holden • Patrick Ianni • Dominic Kinnear • Oliver Luck • Brian Mullan • Joseph Ngwenya • Pat Onstad • Eddie Robinson • Wade Barrett Key Personnel Owners: Anschutz Entertainment Group • Oscar De La Hoya • Gabriel Brener • General Manager: Oliver Luck • Manager: Dominic Kinnear Honors (6) MLS Cup (2) 2006 • 2007 Western Conference Championship (2) 2006 • 2007 Carolina Challenge Cup (2) 2006 • 2007 Major League Soccer Seasons (4) 2006 • 2007 • 2008 • 2009 Website: www.houstondynamo.com Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oscar_De_La_Hoya" Categories: 1973 births | American boxers | Boxers at the 1992 Summer Olympics | Boxing promoters | Boxers from California | IBF Champions | Living people | Mexican American boxers | Mexican American sportspeople | Middleweights | Olympic boxers of the United States | People from Los Angeles County, California | The Contender | WBA Champions | WBC Champions | WBO Champions | Welterweights | World boxing champions
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Atlantic 10 Conference Charlotte - Bobby Lutz Dayton - Brian Gregory Duquesne - Ron Everhart Fordham - Dereck Whittenburg George Washington - Karl Hobbs La Salle - John Giannini Rhode Island - Jim Baron Richmond - Chris Mooney St. Bonaventure - Mark Schmidt Saint Joseph's - Phil Martelli Saint Louis - Rick Majerus Temple - Fran Dunphy UMass - Derek Kellogg Xavier - Sean Miller 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic 10 Conference
Atlantic Coast Conference Boston College - Al Skinner Clemson - Oliver Purnell Duke - Mike Krzyzewski Florida State - Leonard Hamilton Georgia Tech - Paul Hewitt Maryland - Gary Williams Miami (Florida) - Frank Haith North Carolina - Roy Williams North Carolina State - Sidney Lowe Virginia - Dave Leitao Virginia Tech - Seth Greenberg Wake Forest - Dino Gaudio 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Coast Conference
Atlantic Sun Conference Belmont - Rick Byrd Campbell - Robbie Laing East Tennessee State - Murry Bartow Florida Gulf Coast - Dave Balza Jacksonville - Cliff Warren Kennesaw State - Tony Ingle Lipscomb - Scott Sanderson Mercer - Bob Hoffman North Florida - Matt Kilcullen Stetson - Derek Waugh USC Upstate - Eddie Payne 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Atlantic Sun Conference
Big 12 Conference Baylor - Scott Drew Colorado - Jeff Bzdelik Iowa State - Greg McDermott Kansas - Bill Self Kansas State - Frank Martin Missouri - Mike Anderson Nebraska - Doc Sadler Oklahoma - Jeff Capel III Oklahoma State - Travis Ford Texas - Rick Barnes Texas A&M - Mark Turgeon Texas Tech - Pat Knight 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big 12 Conference
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Big West Conference Cal Poly - Kevin Bromley Cal State Fullerton - Bob Burton Cal State Northridge - Bobby Braswell Long Beach State - Dan Monson Pacific - Bob Thomason UC Davis - Gary Stewart UC Irvine - Pat Douglass UC Riverside - Jim Wooldridge UC Santa Barbara - Bob Williams 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Big West Conference
Colonial Athletic Association Delaware - Monte Ross Drexel - Bruiser Flint George Mason - Jim Larranaga Georgia State - Rod Barnes Hofstra - Tom Pecora James Madison - Matt Brady Northeastern - Bill Coen Old Dominion - Blaine Taylor Towson - Pat Kennedy UNC-Wilmington - Benny Moss Virginia Commonwealth - Anthony Grant William & Mary - Tony Shaver 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Colonial Athletic Association
Conference USA East Carolina - Mack McCarthy Houston - Tom Penders Marshall - Donnie Jones Memphis - John Calipari Rice - Ben Braun Southern Methodist - Matt Doherty Southern Mississippi - Larry Eustachy Tulane - Dave Dickerson Tulsa - Doug Wojcik UAB - Mike Davis UCF - Kirk Speraw UTEP - Tony Barbee 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Conference USA
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Independents Bryant - Tim O'Shea Cal State Bakersfield - Keith Brown Chicago State - Benjy Taylor Houston Baptist - Ron Cottrell Longwood - Mike Gillian New Jersey Institute of Technology - Jim Engles North Carolina Central - Henry Dickerson Savannah State - Horace Broadnax SIU-Edwardsville - Lennox Forrester Texas-Pan American - Tom Schuberth Utah Valley - Dick Hunsaker 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! NCAA Division I independent schools (basketball)
Ivy League Brown - Jesse Agel Columbia - Joe Jones Cornell - Steve Donahue Dartmouth - Terry Dunn Harvard - Tommy Amaker Penn - Glen Miller Princeton - Sydney Johnson Yale - James Jones 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ivy League
Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Canisius - Tom Parrotta Fairfield - Ed Cooley Iona - Kevin Willard Loyola (Maryland) - Jimmy Patsos Manhattan - Barry Rohrssen Marist - Chuck Martin Niagara - Joe Mihalich Rider - Tommy Dempsey St. Peter's - John Dunne Siena - Fran McCaffery 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Mid-American Conference
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Missouri Valley Conference Bradley - Jim Les Creighton - Dana Altman Drake - Mark Phelps Evansville - Marty Simmons Illinois State - Tim Jankovich Indiana State - Kevin McKenna Missouri State - Cuonzo Martin Northern Iowa - Ben Jacobson Southern Illinois - Chris Lowery Wichita State - Gregg Marshall 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Missouri Valley Conference
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Ohio Valley Conference Austin Peay - Dave Loos Eastern Illinois - Mike Miller Eastern Kentucky - Jeff Neubauer Jacksonville State - James Green Morehead State - Donnie Tyndall Murray State - Billy Kennedy Southeast Missouri - Zac Roman Tennessee-Martin - Bret Campbell Tennessee State - Cy Alexander Tennessee Tech - Mike Sutton 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Ohio Valley Conference
Pacific-10 Conference Arizona - Russ Pennell Arizona State - Herb Sendek California - Mike Montgomery Oregon - Ernie Kent Oregon State - Craig Robinson Stanford - Johnny Dawkins UCLA - Ben Howland USC - Tim Floyd Washington - Lorenzo Romar Washington State - Tony Bennett 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Pacific-10 Conference
Patriot League American - Jeff Jones Army - Jim Crews Bucknell - Dave Paulsen Colgate - Emmett Davis Holy Cross - Ralph Willard Lafayette - Fran O'Hanlon Lehigh - Brett Reed Navy - Billy Lange 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! Patriot League
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The Summit League Centenary - Greg Gary IPFW - Dane Fife IUPUI - Ron Hunter North Dakota State - Saul Phillips Oakland - Greg Kampe Oral Roberts - Scott Sutton South Dakota State - Scott Nagy Southern Utah - Roger Reid UMKC - Matt Brown Western Illinois - Derek Thomas 227's NCAA Basketball Tournament! The Summit League
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