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Hoya

a genus of the plant family Asclepiadaceae; poisoning caused by an unidentified toxin; characterized clinically by staggering, falling, convulsions. Includes H. australis, H. carna. Called also wax flower.
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Mayorga called De La Hoya every bad name in Spanish one could think of and even slapped De La Hoya on the back of his head during a news conference.
De La Hoya will next face Felix Sturm for the WBO Middleweight title on June 5th at the MGM Grand Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada, where he will take a run at boxing history by trying to become the first world champion in six different weight classes.
The question is, would De La Hoya stay true to his most recent word and continue to fight if he should lose to Mayweather?
For example, De La Hoya was informed Tuesday via telephone that Gary Shaw, Wright's now-former promoter, had been quoted in a New Jersey newspaper as being perturbed about certain elements of the scenario.
He, too, believes Karmazin ranks up there with De La Hoya and the other top junior middleweights.
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however, did say he would be willing to step aside so De La Hoya can fight his son.
In July 1994, De La Hoya won the WBO 135-pound and made six successful defenses while also winning the IBF version of the crown.
Mayorga tried to fight back, but De La Hoya was relentless in doling out punch after punch.
Golden Boy" De La Hoya, who started training today at his facility in Big Bear, California, stated, "I am full of fire and desire and looking forward to fighting Arturo Gatti in March.
De La Hoya, 33, of East Los Angeles, is 37-4 with 29 knockouts.