By Brett Okamoto · Dec. 7, 2008 · 2 AM
After a 16-year career that placed boxer Oscar De La Hoya at the forefront of the sport, the 10-time champ may have seen his final minutes in a ring through a badly swollen left eye Saturday night.
By Voja Radosavljevic · Dec. 7, 2008 · 2:46 AM
Manny Pacquiao defeated Oscar De La Hoya in the long awaited "Dream Match" at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Saturday night. Pacquiao won with an eighth-round TKO.
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Manny Pacquiao left little doubt Saturday night to whom the best boxer on this planet is. He jumped up two weight classes and easily defeated one of the sport's all-time best in Oscar De La Hoya. The fight ended when De La Hoya's corner threw in the towel after the eighth round.
By Andy Samuelson · Dec. 5, 2008 · 5:30 PM
It didn’t really matter though, comedian George Lopez more than made up for their silence — cracking plenty of ethic jokes and keeping the crowd entertained before the two welterweights tipped the scales well under the 147-pound limit.
By Jeff Haney · Dec. 4, 2008 · 2 AM
Those who track such arcane segments of the business are reporting that preliminary sales of the pay-per-view broadcast of Saturday night’s Oscar De La Hoya-Manny Pacquiao fight have been encouraging. The figures are so strong, in fact, they’re outpacing the numbers put up by De La Hoya’s bout against Floyd Mayweather Jr. in May 2007.
By Alex Adeyanju · Dec. 4, 2008 · 4:30 PM
All In host Alex Adeyanju and Sun writer Andy Samuelson break down how the weight class changes will affect this weekend's Dream Match between Manny Pacquiao and Oscar De La Hoya.