Conor McGregor Sorry For Losing It In Dublin ... But the Ref Sucks

Lynette Rowe
November 15, 2017

But De La Hoya is wary of the threat posed by the Crumlin-born mixed martial arts fighter, adding: "Let's get it straight - in the cage, he would freaking destroy me". I still have it in me.

In an astonishing announcement the former boxer who is now aged 44, revealed that he is secretly in training for a showdown with the current UFC lightweight champion. Secretly training. I'm faster than ever and stronger than ever.

During an appearance on the MMA Hour, Mike Mazuli, the lead regulator of Bellator 187, praised the UFC for sanctioning Conor McGregor after his indiscretion.

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

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Despite his earlier rant, De La Hoya said Monday he has been "secretly training" and called out McGregor for a fight after almost a decade out of the ring. De La Hoya doesn't need to get back in the ring, and Conor McGregor fans shouldn't be willing to blow $100 to see a glorified sparring match. But it would seem De La Hoya saw the box office returns of Mayweather/McGregor, and the prospect of a giant payday has Oscar thinking things over.

A 1992 Olympic gold medal victor and 10-time professional world champion, De La Hoya captured titles at 130, 135, 140, 147, 154 and 160 pounds. He would destroy me! Would the same box office numbers pour in for a potential De La Hoya vs. McGregor fight? "Only in the ring", De La Hoya said. I love yous all! Let's just say De La Hoya is pretty confident. The interaction between McGregor and Goddard rehashed an earlier beef from UFC Gdansk last month when McGregor was ejected from cageside in Poland. "It's not all peaches and cream, but life is life and you have to think about the solution of what you have to do to keep walking".

It is not all that surprising that a world championship athlete as special as De La Hoya would find ways to stay in shape in his retirement. I've watched every single fight of his and that's what I do, this is my job. So I do commend the UFC to some extent for doing that. "The only reason I would come back is because I miss the competition of fighting the very best".

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