Oscar De La Hoya
At an age when most boxers fade under the dim lights of dementia, Floyd Mayweather Jr seems as keen and quick and good as ever, in defiance of history and precedent and logic.
“Saturday could be a $200 million night,” Schaefer said. “Boxing is hardly a dying sport.”
Guerrero believes he is the fighter who will be the first to beat Mayweather, and he’s eager to earn both the recognition and the money that would come with such a win.
Emanuel Steward died yesterday, from a malady we can’t pronounce. But his impact on boxing was rather pronounced.
Emanuel Steward, earnest yet easygoing, proved rough and tough wasn’t the only way to win in boxing.
There won’t be just music and b-ball coming to Brooklyn. Champion fighter Oscar De La Hoya is helping to bring boxing back to the BK.
“As president and CEO of Greyhound, I was disheartened to hear about the comments you made regarding our company,” Dave Leach wrote in an open letter to the actor.
Actor Alec Baldwin issued a long-winded apology Wednesday evening, appearing to, in his own unique way, ask the nation and American Airlines for its forgiveness for the incident he caused Tuesday in Los Angeles.
“30 Rock” star and potential NYC mayoral candidate Alec Baldwin been kicked off a plane at Los Angeles International Airport. Two passengers on a flight leaving LAX on Tuesday tweeted first-hand accounts of seeing Baldwin getting the boot.
Why go public and file suit? The reason is simple, says lawyer Judd Burstein: to protect former ESPN exec Keith Clinkscales’ reputation.
So that really was Oscar De La Hoya in drag with New York City stripper Milana Dravnel? “Let me to tell you, yes, yes, it was me,” he said in an interview with Spanish-language network Univision.