Snoop Dogg and Oscar De La Hoya.
You heard that correctly.
Both were recently on stage together at “a news conference for the upstart promoter Triller Fight Club” according to ESPN’s Marc Raimondi.
BREAKING NEWS: Here’s what De La Hoya had to say at that press conference:
De La Hoya, drop that mic! Literally. De La Hoya literally dropped the mic!
“July 3rd, I’m making my comeback,” De La Hoya said.
According to Raimondi: “De La Hoya…said last August that he would be coming out of retirement, but now there is a date for his return. And he will be promoted by the new fight promotion launched by Triller, the social media app. Ryan Kavanaugh, the CEO of Triller parent company Proxima Media, told ESPN that he and De La Hoya are ‘dear friends’ and the two have been discussing his return for ‘a long time.'”
“He has been (training) and in his own words, he’s stronger and better than ever,” Kavanaugh said about De La Hoya according to ESPN.
Who’s excited to see another De Loya Hoya fight?!
Mario Lopez is: “VAMOS compa!!!” Lopez commented on De La Hoya’s post (translation: ‘let’s go, friend’!).
“Time for some action!” Nick Cordasco said. “A must attend! Congrats! Show these boys how it’s done!”
Blair “The Flair” Cobbs is, too: “That gets a ‘Woooo!’ From the one n only!!!🔥🔥🔥🔥 Dale!🔥🔥,” Cobbs commented.
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