Triller Fight Club has pushed back and reshuffled a few of their planned fights.
Former six division world champion Oscar De La Hoya had previously announced a ring return for July 3. Triller has confirmed that date is now off, with De La Hoya's ring return being targeted for the month of September.
De La Hoya, 48-years-old and the CEO of Golden Boy Promotions, has been out of the ring since 2008 - when he was dominated and stopped by Manny Pacquiao.
In the aftermath of that loss, De La Hoya retired from the sport and placed his full focus on growing Golden Boy.
De La Hoya's opponent, according to Triller, will be announced this summer.
Evander “The Real Deal” Holyfield, the only person ever to win the world heavyweight title four times, will still return to the ring in a six round fight with Kevin McBride.
Their fight was initially scheduled to take place on June 5, as part of the pay-per-view undercard to Teofimo Lopez vs. George Kambosos.
Triller moved the Lopez-Kambosos card to June 19th, with Holyfield-McBride moved over to a different event being planned for a yet to be announced date in August.
Holyfield, 58-years-old, has been out of the ring since 2011 - when he stopped Brian Nielsen in ten rounds.
McBride, 48-years-old, is best known for ending the pro career of Mike Tyson in 2005. He's also been out of the ring since 2011, after suffering his third consecutive loss.