On September 11, when Oscar De La Hoya returns to the boxing ring at the age of 48 to clash with former UFC champion Vitor Belfort, another strange fight will go Boxing ring. Unlike the recent return of other boxing legends, the match between De La Hoya and Belfort will not be an exhibition match, but a professional match featuring eight two-minute matches.
In a game with Manny Pacquiao in December 2008, De La Hoya was forced to retire. This defeat ended De La Hoya’s career with a score of 39-6 and is also the legacy of one of the top superstars of his era. After winning the gold medal at the 1992 Olympics, De La Hoya turned into a professional player, won the championship in 11 world championships in 6 heavyweight classes, played against many top stars, and participated in many of the biggest players in the 1990s and 2000s. The scale of the game.
Belfort has only fought once as a professional boxer and won the knockout championship in 2006. In his MMA career, Belfort was a former UFC light heavyweight champion. He won the belt from Randy Couture in 2004 and won the doctor’s suspension in less than a minute. Luckily cut to Couture’s eyelid. Belfort lost the title to Couture in the next game and went on to lose three attempts to win UFC gold medals, two for middleweight and one for light heavyweight.
Below is the complete battle card and view information for the latest odds of Caesars Sportsbook.
De La Hoya vs. Belfort battle card, odds
- Oscar De La Hoya -190 vs. Vitor Belfort +160, light heavyweight
- Anderson Silva -625 vs. Tito Ortiz +450, heavyweight
- Andy Vance vs. Jonore Carroll, super lightweight
De La Hoya VS Hoya Belfort Information
- date: September 11 | Starting time: 7 p.m. EST
- Place: Staples Center-Los Angeles
- How to watch: Fett PPV | Price: 49.99 USD