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 Last update:  7/13/2014       Read more by Rick Reeno         
   
De La Hoya, Lara's Manager Trade Words Over Rematch
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By Rick Reeno

MGM Grand, Las Vegas - Tempers were raised when Golden Boy Promotions President Oscar De La Hoya was put on the spot regarding a potential rematch between Saul "Canelo" Alvarez (44-1-1, 31KOs) and WBA 'regular' junior middleweight champion Erislandy Lara (19-2-2, 12KOs).

On Saturday night, at a catch-weight of 155-pounds. Lara was tabbed as the winner by one judge with a card of 115-113, while the other two scores of 117-111 and 115-113 were ruled for Canelo - who walked away with his hand raised via split decision.

At the post-fight press conference, De La Hoya was asked about the possibility of a rematch.

"What I heard from everybody - they don't want a rematch. Nobody wants a rematch. Now, there's ten guys in line. Lara just lost and now he has to wait in line. There is ten guys in line. That's the way this works," De La Hoya said. "Canelo won tonight and now we have to move on."

Lara's co-manager, Luis DeCubas Jr., who was standing close to De La Hoya, became angry with the statements and started verbally jabbing Oscar with comments like - "he sounds like Don King, this guy sounds like Don King."

The final press conference ended soon after.

Tags: Saul Alvarez , Erislandy Lara , Oscar De La Hoya , Canelo-Lara , Canelo vs. Lara



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comment by sapo13, on 07-14-2014
[QUOTE=sbbigmike]LOL at ten people, had Canelo truly won he'd have 3 rock solid matches a FMJ rematch, a Cotto showdown and GGG possibly.........Now that Canelo looked like shyt a Floyd fight is off the table, and Lara stunk him up enough to ruin the luster on a Cotto match............Bottom line...

comment by joesaiditstrue, on 07-13-2014
[QUOTE=Mr.Fantastic]Off topic....is that your rig?[/QUOTE] yes, check my channel on youtube, same username as here

comment by rasdun, on 07-13-2014
Anyone that says robbery is exagerrating. Can you say you thought lara win ? OK But robbery would mean they thought he won 8-9 rds. Pac v Bradley I w as a robbery. This was a close fight

comment by drenlou, on 07-13-2014
[QUOTE=hurricanelu]So what Muhammad Ali used to do was also running ? Stick and move. You guys are full of crap. Tell me of anything Canelo did last night other than the 1 uppercut that caused the cut and swinging at air. Don't tell me he worked the body , because he was hitting arms and upper ...

comment by Mr.Fantastic, on 07-13-2014
[QUOTE=joesaiditstrue]Al Haymon has so many fighters that they have to hire a "co-manager" because they're being neglected by the man taking 25% of their purse Haymon is good for boxing doe[/QUOTE] Off topic....is that your rig?

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