Oscar De La Hoya Record & Stats

Oscar De La Hoya Record & Stats

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In a career spanning 16 years, Oscar De La Hoya fought 45 times with 39 wins and 6 losses. By his last professional fight on December 6, 2008, De La Hoya's boxing record stood at 39-6 (30 KO wins, 2 KO losses).

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East Los Angeles, California, U.S.
‚ÄúThe Golden Boy‚ÄĚ
Born
Feb 4, 1973
Age
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Debut
Nov 23, 1992
Record
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Rounds
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KOs
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Height
179 cm
Reach
185 cm
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Oscar De La Hoya's record and stats
Oscar De La Hoya's Record

      Oscar De La Hoya (The Golden Boy) is a retired American professional boxer. He was born in East Los Angeles, California, U.S. on February 4, 1973. De La Hoya made his professional boxing debut at the age of 19 on November 23, 1992. He is a former 6-weight-class world champion. Today is De La Hoya's 50th birthday! ūüéČ De La Hoya is a Hall of Famer.

      Boxing Record

      Total Fights45
      Wins39
      Losses6
      Draws0
      No-Contests0
      KO Wins30
      Total Title Wins10
      Title Defenses17
      Title-Fight KO Wins17
      Losses via KO2
      #DateAgeOpponentResultVia
      45Dec 6, 200835 Manny PacquiaoLossRTD8
      44May 3, 200835 Steve ForbesWinUD
      43May 5, 200734 Floyd Mayweather Jr. LossSD
      42May 6, 200633 Ricardo Mayorga WinTKO6
      41Sep 18, 200431 Bernard Hopkins LossKO9
      40Jun 5, 200431 Felix Sturm WinUD
      39Sep 13, 200330 Shane Mosley LossUD
      38May 3, 200330 Yori Boy Campas WinTKO7
      37Sep 14, 200229 Fernando Vargas WinTKO11
      36Jun 23, 200128 Javier Castillejo WinUD
      35Mar 24, 200128 Arturo GattiWinTKO5
      34Jun 17, 200027 Shane Mosley LossSD
      33Feb 26, 200027 Derrell ColeyWinKO7
      32Sep 18, 199926 Félix Trinidad LossMD
      31May 22, 199926 Oba Carr WinTKO11
      30Feb 13, 199926 Ike Quartey WinSD
      29Sep 18, 199825 Julio César Chávez WinRTD8
      28Jun 13, 199825 Patrick Charpentier WinTKO3
      27Dec 6, 199724 Wilfredo Rivera WinTKO8
      26Sep 13, 199724 Hector Camacho WinUD
      25Jun 14, 199724 David Kamau WinKO2
      24Apr 12, 199724 Pernell Whitaker WinUD
      23Jan 18, 199723 Miguel √Āngel Gonz√°lez WinUD
      22Jun 7, 199623 Julio César Chávez WinTKO4
      21Feb 9, 199623 Darryl TysonWinKO2
      20Dec 15, 199522 Jesse James Leija WinRTD2
      19Sep 9, 199522 Genaro Hern√°ndez WinRTD6
      18May 6, 199522 Rafael Ruelas WinTKO2
      17Feb 18, 199522 John John Molina WinUD
      16Dec 10, 199421John Avila WinTKO9
      15Nov 18, 199421Carl Griffith WinTKO3
      14Jul 29, 199421 Jorge P√°ez WinKO2
      13May 27, 199421Giorgio Campanella WinTKO3
      12Mar 5, 199421Jimmi Bredahl WinRTD10
      11Oct 30, 199320Narciso ValenzuelaWinKO1
      10Aug 27, 199320 Angelo NunezWinRTD4
      9Aug 14, 199320Renaldo CarterWinTKO6
      8Jun 7, 199320Troy DorseyWinRTD1
      7May 8, 199320Frank AvelarWinTKO4
      6Apr 6, 199320Mike GrableWinUD
      5Mar 13, 199320 Jeff MayweatherWinTKO4
      4Feb 6, 199320Curtis StrongWinTKO4
      3Jan 3, 199319Paris AlexanderWinTKO2
      2Dec 12, 199219Clifford HicksWinKO1
      1Nov 23, 199219Lamar WilliamsWinKO1

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      Statistics

      Oscar De La Hoya is 179 cm tall (5' 10.47") with a reach of 185 cm (6' 0.83"). He fights out of the orthodox stance and presents an ape-index of 6 cm (2.36"). De La Hoya has a 66.7% KO rate.

      Career Summary

      Oscar De La Hoya's professional boxing career spanned more than 16 years ‚ÄĒ from 1992 to 2008.

      De La Hoya made his debut against Lamar Williams at the age of 19 on November 23, 1992, defeating Williams via 1st round KO. He went on to win 30 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 24 wins via stoppage.

      De La Hoya had his first world title fight at the age of 21 on March 5, 1994 after 11 professional fights, against Jimmi Bredahl for the super-featherweight WBO title. He defeated Bredahl via 10th round RTD to become the super-featherweight champion of the world.

      He was a two-time unified world champion ‚ÄĒ at super-welterweight and lightweight, and has won 10 world titles at 6 weight classes. For all the details about De La Hoya's world title wins and defenses refer to "Oscar De La Hoya World Titles".

      Some of De La Hoya's best fights and notable victories include wins over Julio C√©sar Ch√°vez, Rafael Ruelas, Pernell Whitaker, John John Molina, Miguel √Āngel Gonz√°lez, Javier Castillejo, and Genaro Hern√°ndez.

      Oscar De La Hoya had a total of six losses in his professional boxing career ‚ÄĒ five of them in title bouts and one in a non-title bout. He suffered his first loss against F√©lix Trinidad via 12 round majority decision on September 18, 1999, which ended his 31-fight win streak. He has been stopped two times and lost four times via decision. For more details about these defeats, refer to "All of Oscar De La Hoya's losses".

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao on December 6, 2008. De La Hoya lost the fight via 8th round RTD. It's been 14 years, 1 month, and 29 days since this fight.

      De La Hoya retired from professional boxing with a record of 39-6, which included 30 knockout wins and 2 losses via knockout, and 10 title wins. He was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 2014.

      Career Highlights

      Oscar De La Hoya fought a total of 45 times during his professional career. He was among the very best of his generation and is one of the pound-for-pound best boxers of all time. These 11 fights are the highlight of his career.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Jimmi Bredahl

        A 21-year old Oscar De La Hoya (11-0, 10 KO) had his first world title fight against Jimmi Bredahl for Bredahl's WBO super-featherweight belt.

        De La Hoya defeated Bredahl via 10th round RTD to win the WBO super-featherweight title.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. John John Molina

        A 22-year old Oscar De La Hoya (16-0, 15 KO) faced John John Molina, who was 29 years old with a record of 36-3 in a lightweight title defense fight. Molina was on a 15-fight win streak with 26 KO wins. De La Hoya was the taller of the two by 9 cms and also had a 15 cm reach advantage.

        De La Hoya defeated Molina via 12 round unanimous decision to retain the WBO lightweight title.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Rafael Ruelas

        A 22-year old Oscar De La Hoya (17-0, 15 KO) faced Rafael Ruelas, who was 24 years old with a record of 43-1 in a lightweight unification fight. Ruelas was on a 16-fight win streak with 33 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 1 cm but De La Hoya had a 5 cm reach advantage over Ruelas.

        De La Hoya defeated Ruelas via 2nd round TKO to win the IBF lightweight title and retain the WBO lightweight title.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Genaro Hern√°ndez

        A 22-year old Oscar De La Hoya (18-0, 16 KO) faced an undefeated Genaro Hern√°ndez, who was 29 years old with a record of 32-0-1 in a lightweight title defense fight. Hern√°ndez was on a five-fight win streak with 16 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 1 cm but De La Hoya had a 2 cm reach advantage over Hern√°ndez.

        De La Hoya defeated Hern√°ndez via 6th round RTD to retain the WBO lightweight title. He handed Hern√°ndez the first loss of his career, and put an end to Hern√°ndez' 5-fight win streak.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Julio C√©sar Ch√°vez

        A 23-year old Oscar De La Hoya (21-0, 19 KO) faced Julio César Chávez, who was 33 years old with a record of 96-1-1. Chávez was on a seven-fight win streak with 79 KO wins. De La Hoya was the taller of the two by 8 cms and also had a 12 cm reach advantage.

        De La Hoya defeated Ch√°vez via 4th round TKO to win the WBC super-lightweight title.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Miguel √Āngel Gonz√°lez

        A 23-year old Oscar De La Hoya (22-0, 20 KO) faced an undefeated Miguel √Āngel Gonz√°lez, who was 26 years old with a record of 41-0 in a super-lightweight title defense fight. Gonz√°lez was on a 41-fight win streak with 31 KO wins. De La Hoya was the taller of the two by 5 cms and also had a 12 cm reach advantage.

        De La Hoya defeated Gonz√°lez via 12 round unanimous decision to retain the WBC super-lightweight title. He handed Gonz√°lez the first loss of his career, and put an end to Gonz√°lez' 41-fight win streak.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Pernell Whitaker

        A 24-year old Oscar De La Hoya (23-0, 20 KO) faced Pernell Whitaker, who was 33 years old with a record of 40-1-1. Whitaker was on a eight-fight win streak with 17 KO wins. De La Hoya was the taller of the two by 11 cms and also had a 10 cm reach advantage.

        De La Hoya defeated Whitaker via 12 round unanimous decision to win the WBC welterweight title.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Ike Quartey

        A 26-year old Oscar De La Hoya (29-0, 24 KO) faced an undefeated Ike Quartey, who was 29 years old with a record of 34-0-1 in a welterweight title defense fight. Quartey was coming off a draw against José Luis López in his last fight. De La Hoya was the taller of the two by 8 cms and also had a 5 cm reach advantage.

        De La Hoya defeated Quartey via 12 round split-decision to retain the WBC welterweight title. He handed Quartey the first loss of his career.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Javier Castillejo

        A 28-year old Oscar De La Hoya (33-2, 27 KO) faced Javier Castillejo, who was 33 years old with a record of 51-4. Castillejo was on a 14-fight win streak with 34 KO wins, and was the taller of the two by 1 cm but De La Hoya had a 7 cm reach advantage over Castillejo.

        De La Hoya defeated Castillejo via 12 round unanimous decision to win the WBC super-welterweight title.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Ricardo Mayorga

        A 33-year old Oscar De La Hoya (37-4, 29 KO) faced Ricardo Mayorga, who was 32 years old with a record of 27-5-1. Mayorga was on a one-fight win streak with 22 KO wins. De La Hoya was the taller of the two by 4 cms and also had a 10 cm reach advantage.

        De La Hoya defeated Mayorga via 6th round TKO to win the WBC super-welterweight title.

      • Oscar De La Hoya vs. Floyd Mayweather Jr.

        A 34-year old Oscar De La Hoya (38-4, 30 KO) faced an undefeated Floyd Mayweather Jr., who was 30 years old with a record of 37-0 in a super-welterweight title defense fight. Mayweather Jr. was on a 37-fight win streak with 24 KO wins. De La Hoya was the taller of the two by 6 cms and also had a 2 cm reach advantage.

        Mayweather Jr. defeated De La Hoya via 12 round split-decision.

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