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Oscar De La Hoya rages at Dana White for blocking boxing match with George St-Pierre

‘How about we get in the ring first little b****, then I kick your a**’: Oscar De La Hoya rages at Dana White for blocking boxing match with George St-Pierre and offers to FIGHT the UFC president

  • Dana White went on a rant recently about Triller repeatedly bothering him 
  • UFC boss blocked boxing legend Oscar De La Hoya fighting Georges St Pierre
  • De La Hoya tweeted: ‘How about we get in the ring first, little b****’, to White

Oscar De La Hoya has branded Dana White ‘a little b*****’ after the UFC boss blocked George St-Pierre from boxing the 48-year-old boxing legend. 

Triller want to put on the bizarre cross-over fight but White will not allow it and went on a rant about their desperation to negotiate with him recently. 

Now De La Hoya has weighed in on Twitter, writing: ‘Quit blocking GSP’s chance to fight. How about we get into the ring first little B****, then after I kick your ass, I’ll fight a real man.’

The retired MMA legend had been keen for an exhibition boxing match

Oscar De La Hoya (left) is furious Dana White blocked him from boxing George St-Pierre (right)

Dana White hit out at up-and coming social media service Triller in an expletive-laden rant

Dana White hit out at up-and coming social media service Triller in an expletive-laden rant

Triller’s CEO, Ryan Kavanaugh, had previously explained on Instagram: ‘Dana White and the UFC just blocked Georges St-Pierre from fighting Oscar De La Hoya. 

‘It is a big payday for GSP and both he and Oscar’s dream to fight each other. Dana would rather hold back those who put the UFC where it is and why? 

‘I’ve tried to call and text Dana at least 5 times to make it work for both parties not even the courtesy of a return call. And he’s trying to get Jake Paul to fight for the UFC now? Making him offers? Just hurting his own people and chasing ours.’

And when questioned about it, a clearly frustrated White said: ‘Oh my god. Don’t even ask me about these idiots. Who gives a s***. Does anybody give a s***? I don’t give a s*** what they think. 

Fans recently expressed concern about De la Hoya's interview on Triller Fight Club

Fans recently expressed concern about De la Hoya’s interview on Triller Fight Club

‘You think I care what Triller thinks? I don’t even take their calls. This idiot calls me every day, texts me every day. “Please answer my call, please talk to me, why won’t you talk to me?” Cause I don’t give a f*** about you. 

‘Do your thing. Leave me alone. Go do whatever it is you’re doing. Knock yourself out, I couldn’t care less. I have no interest in talking to any of those idiots. They can do their thing. Do you thing. Stop talking about me. What do you give a s*** what I’m doing? Do your thing.’

De La Hoya caused concern recently among fans after he appeared erratic and slurred his words during commentary for the Jake Paul and Ben Askren fight. 

The 48-year-old is trying to make a comeback to the ring, having seen how successful and lucrative it was for Mike Tyson in his exhibition with Roy Jones Jr with Floyd Mayweather also cashing in against Jake Paul soon. 

De La Hoya (right), losing against Floyd Mayweather in 2007, is determined to come back

De La Hoya (right), losing against Floyd Mayweather in 2007, is determined to come back  

GSP, the retired 40-year-old UFC legend, said it was a shame White did not allow the fight: ‘I understand that Dana didn’t want me to fight. However, it would have been fun. Because my career as a professional fighter, to become the best in the world in mixed martial arts, is done.

He continued: ‘To fight a boxing match under the rules that Triller put on against the legendary Oscar De La Hoya? For me, it would have been a dream come true, because he is my second favorite boxer of all time, behind Sugar Ray Leonard.

‘Plus, a lot of the money made would have been given to charity. So it would have been for a good cause, just to show that we don’t take ourselves too seriously. 

‘And it would have been serious competition because you say, I play basketball, I play hockey, but you don’t “play” fighting. It would have been fun.’

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