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‘Mike Tyson, I really like you’


Oscar De La Hoya’s weird stint within the commentary sales space made him the centre of consideration in the course of the Jake Paul vs Ben Askren undercard on Saturday night time.

As he’s making a comeback as a part of a future Triller Battle Membership occasion on July 3, the 48-year-old joined the commentary crew for this present, however appeared worse for put on whereas doing so.

He was introduced in for the second undercard battle as former IBF cruiserweight champion Steve Cunningham confronted ex-UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir.

The battle started with Mir trying to strain Cunningham, however the pure boxer shortly took management.

Cunningham utilised his jab to dictate nearly all of the motion, however Mir’s sheer measurement and unorthodox fashion triggered points at occasions.

Mir took the battle lengthy and stored coming forwards all through, regardless of taking quite a few clear punches and clearly trying fatigued.

Ultimately, it went the complete six rounds and Cunningham received by unanimous determination with scores of 60-54, 60-54, 58-56.

Regardless, it was De La Hoya’s commentary which stole the headlines.

Previous to the bout, he defined his personal comeback by paying tribute to Mike Tyson’s return.

Oscar stated: “Mike Tyson. Mike Tyson, I really like you. I really like you, Mike Tyson.

“Mike Tyson, I really like you since you impressed me at 56 years previous to make me know that I can do it, you appeared nice, you’re feeling nice, you have been wonderful and now it’s my flip.”

De La Hoya had an interesting night

De La Hoya had an attention-grabbing night time

As soon as the battle began, De La Hoya shouted encouragement for Mir: “There’s a motive Cunningham has 9 losses. He has no chin.”

He additionally identified the dimensions of the small ring: “They’re preventing in a telephone sales space, child.”

And inspired physique photographs from each males by repeatedly shouting: “Deflate the balloon, let’s go child.”

Because the battle wound down, he gave one final shout of encouragement: “The following day I at all times requested myself, ‘Did I give it my all? Did I give it my all? Let’s go child, let’s go Cunningham, let’s go Mir.”

And his look didn’t go unnoticed by others within the battle sport. Former UFC heavyweight champion Daniel Cormier couldn’t get sufficient of the battle and in dialog with ESPN journalist Ariel Helwani, tweeted: “Oscar De La Hoya is plastered!

“That is the craziest occasion I’ve ever seen in my life. And I can’t flip it off.”

Former middleweight champion Chris Weidman merely wrote: “Oscar is feeling good proper now.”


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