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Promoter and former world champion Oscar De La Hoya is glad that the hype surrounding Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor is finally over. Now the boxing world will focus on what many consider ‘the real fight’ which of course is Canelo-GGG on September 16th.

“I’m glad all these people spent their hundred dollars on watching this event. Now on Sept. 16, they will know what two pure boxers will be demonstrating and showing. … You’ll find out what a boxing match is,” said De La Hoya while being a guest on The MMA Hour.

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