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14 November 2017, 04:40 | Henrietta Morgan
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The 44-year-old Hall of Famer, who has not fought since being stopped in the eighth-round by Manny Pacquaio in December 2008, told the Golden Boy Radio with Tattoo and the Crew digital radio show that he is "faster and stronger than ever" and could take out McGregor in two rounds.
It was here that McGregor was expected to take on Tony Ferguson in a lightweight unification fight and following the news this may not now be going ahead, the interim champion took to social media to voice his thoughts.
It's been nearly nine years since De La Hoya last fought but, having seen the money that was made when Mayweather dusted off his gloves to school "The Notorious" in his boxing debut, De La Hoya is eager to earn a similar payday.
Following McGregor from his transition as a largely unknown fighter to the status he now enjoys, the film includes highlights from throughout his career including winning the UFC championship belt in just 13 seconds and his shock loss to rival Nate Diaz, culminating in his recent foray into the world of boxing and his record-breaking Las Vegas bout against Floyd Mayweather. "I'll come back for that fight", he said.
"Mr Redmond was knocked - I don't want to say he was unconscious - but he was hit quite heavy". Two rounds, that's all I need. You heard it on Golden Boy Radio. Mayweather defeated McGregor by TKO in the 10th round in a record-breaking pay-per-view.
"You know I'm competitive", De La Hoya said.
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In the lead up to the fight, De La Hoya had penned an open letter to boxing fans calling it a "circus" and a "farce" and warned that the sport "might not ever recover".
Now, the reality of this fight happening seems slim to none.
After Ward sent his opponent to his knees with a big first-round right-hander, McGregor jumped into the cage in celebration, at which point referee Marc Goddard attempted to pull him away since he was not a licenced corner man and was not permitted to be in the octagon. In a bout that nearly surely would draw considerably less?
It's not clear if De La Hoya is being entirely serious. He previously hinted at comeback in 2015 for a rematch with Mayweather, saying he missed the "competition of fighting the very best", but soon after confirmed he would remain retired.
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