De La Hoya, 47, says he’s ending ring retirement

De La Hoya, 47, says he’s ending ring retirement

Saying he misses being in the ring, Oscar De La Hoya told ESPN’s Steve Kim on Wednesday that he’s ending his retirement to resume fighting at age 47.
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