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Photos: De La Hoya, Tyson Embrace - and Three Sugars

SANTA MONICA, CA - A lot of big names from the world of boxing, and acting, turned out to support the B. Riley & Co. and Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation's 5th Annual 'Big Fighters, Big Cause' Charity Boxing Night at the Santa Monica Pier. There was a big embrace by former pay-per-view rivals, Hall of Famers Oscar De La Hoya and Mike Tyson. During their time, the two fighters were the top pay-per-view draws in boxing. Currently, De La Hoya and Tyson are running their own promotional companies, Golden Boy Promotions and Iron Mike Productions.

There were also "three Sugars" in the house - Sugar Ray Leonard, Sugar Shane Mosley, and Sugar Shane Mosley Jr. And, former ring rivals Leonard and Thomas Hearns shared some moments at the event.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by deanrw on 05-21-2014

[QUOTE=Evil Abed;14573535]WTF happened to Shane Mosley?[/QUOTE] haha I know. It looks like he is gonna blow his top there. Cranium explosion in 3,2,1...

Comment by Catrin on 05-21-2014

real G $HHIIIIT sr. tyson, oscar & the legend sugar Ray!!! floyd might have money and undefeated record however tyson & sugar Ray's legacy is by far better than floyds this cats fought anyone anytime. NO CHERRY PICKING IN THOSE…

Comment by PittyPat on 05-21-2014

From the title I was kinda hoping they'd somehow resurrected Robinson. :D

Comment by TGD on 05-21-2014

Mosley looks like he has been hitting the drink big time! That's a Ricky Hatton inbetween training camps bloated face.

Comment by RichCCFC on 05-21-2014

Oscar obviously wearing lifts

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