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Does McGregor have a chance? Of course he does!

In the last week of August a fight will take place that seemed impossible right up until the day it was announced. Floyd Mayweather would come out of retirement to face a fighter that has never competed in a professional boxing match. 983 more words

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Defeating Oscar De La Hoya For A Championship Belt

This was a long interesting and detailed transitioning dream that kept transitioning to different things without me noticing, unfortunately this caused me to forget a lot of the dream because too much was going on and it was so long and detailed, and so what I do remember does not do this dream justice because it was an interesting dream compared to what I will share below. 2,243 more words

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Oscar De La Hoya on McGregor's chances of beating Mayweather: 'You think Conor McGregor in my prime was better than me?'

Oscar De La Hoya has been a huge critic of the Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight.  While you can criticize the fight, you can’t criticize how much money this fight is going to make. 38 more words

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Oscar De Le Hoya Continues To Dismiss Conor McGregor's Chances Against Floyd Mayweather

Oscar De La Hoya is not a fan of the Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather boxing superfight … but who’d blame him? He’s got his own superfight with Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin on September 16th, three weeks after Conor and Floyd’s August 26th showdown. 265 more words

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Oscar De la Hoya is crying because Floyd Mayweather is a better fighter

De la Hoya is saying that Mayweather is bad for Boxing,however when De La Hoya

was the golden boy and before he lost to Floyd he wasn’t talking all reckless… 72 more words

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JOE SMITH JR - THE LIGHT HEAVYWEIGHT DIVISION IS BACK!!

New York, July 5, 2017Following his recent knockout of boxing legend BERNARD HOPKINS, Long Island fan favorite JOE SMITH JR. moved right into the mix in the light heavyweight division, boxing’s deepest and most exciting.Working full-time as a union laborer in the New York City area, Smith (23-1-0, 19 KO’s) will take a short break from wielding the sledgehammer as he finalizes training for his upcoming 10-round showdown with fellow highly ranked contender… 685 more words

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