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Oscar De La Hoya Eyes Showdown with Dana White in Unlikely Boxing Matchup

Boxing icon Oscar De La Hoya has thrown down the gauntlet, expressing his interest in a crossover event against UFC head honcho Dana White. At 51 years old, De La Hoya sees potential in a bout against the 54-year-old White, envisioning a matchup that could capture the attention of fans across both sports.

The catch? De La Hoya has a specific condition for this unlikely showdown—he wants a bantamweight fight booked between UFC fighter Sean O’Malley and boxer Ryan Garcia. If this condition is met, De La Hoya is ready to settle some personal beef with White in the co-main event.

“I would actually entertain that because Ryan can fight in the main event with this kid. And maybe I could do Dana on the co-main,” De La Hoya stated, highlighting the unique proposition. Despite acknowledging a lack of personal communication with White, De La Hoya seems open to the idea of stepping into the ring against the UFC boss.

The potential matchup has sparked debates among fans, with opinions divided on who would emerge victorious. Some lean towards the boxing prowess of the “Golden Boy,” while others see White, known as one of Trump’s associates, as a formidable opponent. De La Hoya, however, remains confident in his skills, suggesting that his status as a boxing legend could give him the edge in the ring.

As the sports world buzzes with speculation about this unexpected proposal, the question of whether De La Hoya and White will indeed step into the ring looms large. The prospect of a legendary boxer facing off against a prominent figure in mixed martial arts adds a layer of intrigue to the ongoing crossover trend in combat sports.

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