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Oscar De La Hoya Net Worth

Oscar De La Hoya Net Worth

Net Worth: $200 Million

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  • Source of Wealth Boxing, Business
  • Birth Place East Los Angeles, California
  • Height 5' 10½" (1.79 m)
  • Marital Status Married (Millie Corretjer)
  • Full Name Oscar De La Hoya
  • Nationality American-Mexican
  • Date of Birth February 4, 1973
  • Ethnicity Mexican
  • Occupation Retired Professional Boxer
  • Children 5 (Atiana, Devon, Oscar Gabriel, Nina Lauren Nenitte, Jacob)
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About Oscar De La Hoya

Oscar De La Hoya is a retired American professional boxer of Mexican descent, and he has an estimated net worth of $200 million which made him the highest earning boxer of all time. ­He has earned his net worth through his winnings as a boxer in six different weight divisions with ten world titles as well as his business, Golden Boy Promotions, which he put up to take control of his own fights.

Nicknamed “The Golden Boy,” De La Hoya won a gold medal at the Barcelona Olympic Games in 1992. In his amateur career, he had 234 wins with 163 knockouts, and only six losses where six of these came at the hands of Shane Mosley.

Oscar De La Hoya made his professional debut on November 23, 1992 and has scored a first round TKO victory. He has won his first world title at the age of 20 against Jimmy Bredahl during the tenth round of the fight to claim the WBO Super Featherweight belt. He claimed the vacant WBO Lightweight title on July 29, 1994 after a second round knockout win against Jorge Paez.

De La Hoya fought Mexican legend Julio Cesar Chavez for the WBO Light-welterweight championship where he won with a fourth round TKO. When he moved to the welterweight division, he fought against Pernell Whitaker and won in an undisputed unanimous division on March 12, 1997. In this same division, that he lost to Mosley twice. He then moved up to light-middleweight and later the middleweight division. After a 20-month layoff, he came back to boxing and fought with the prominent Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao. He announced his retirement on April 14, 2009.