De La Hoya did say that if a fight could be made it would have to be in the ring as he had no intention of meeting McGregor in the cage, where he admitted "he would freaking destroy me".
The head of the Golden Boy promotion called out McGregor yesterday during an interview on the newly launched show, "Golden Boy Radio With Tattoo and the Crew". "You know I still have it in me". But, McGregor lost to Mayweather, so, would the UFC, or the Irish star's team even want to run the risk of having him lose to the older De La Hoya?
The UFC have yet to issue a statement on McGregor's behaviour, which has been widely condemned by the mixed martial arts world. Two rounds. Just one more. I'll come back for that.
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McGregor was stopped in the 10th round when he stepped into the boxing ring for the first time as a professional, with Mayweather's vastly superior technique and staying power ultimately proving too much for the Irishman.
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.
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"I'm faster than ever".
De La Hoya retired from boxing in 2009 after losing a fight to Manny Pacquaio the previous year.
De La Hoya also apparently conceded that McGregor would "destroy" him in the cage, which, yes, is a given.
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"I had some executives from UFC contact me within two hours after what occurred and they basically said to me that it's completely unacceptable in their eyes and that they will be doing something", Mazzulli said during an appearance on The MMA Hour. He is expected to return to the Octagon next but said after the Mayweather bout he would consider all of his options and would not rule out a return to boxing in the future.