Golden Boy Promotions CEO Oscar De La Hoya is willing to bury the hatchet with his one-time friend, UFC President Dana White.
White is pushing forward with his plan to promote boxing events in 2018 and he's already begun the process, by sitting down with several promoters in the industry.
However, White also made it clear that he would meet with every promoter in boxing - except De La Hoya or Top Rank's CEO Bob Arum.
White and Arum have had a feud for several years, but the UFC executive had a falling out with De La Hoya last summer.
The tension first began when De La Hoya and White had finalized their respective high profile pay-per-view events, at the same venue, with only three weeks of space on the calendar.
De La Hoya booked the long awaited HBO Pay-Per-View showdown between Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin for September 16th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
And then White, in a move that nobody saw coming, finalized a deal for UFC superstar Conor McGregor to fight Floyd Mayweather in a boxing match, also at T-Mobile, on August 26th on Showtime Pay-Per-View.
Because May-Mac was stealing all of the media coverage from Canelo-Golovkin, a rivalry between the two executives began to brew.
De La Hoya was one of the biggest critics of the Mayweather-McGregor matchup and did his best to persuade boxing fans to avoid purchasing that event.
Of course White exploded like a volcano few months later, when De La Hoya shocked everyone by revealing that he was willing to come out of retirement for a fight with McGregor.
Bad blood aside, De La Hoya is shocked that White is not planning to meet with him to discuss the subject of promoting events together.
"It's surprising he wants to get into boxing and hasn't gotten a hold of the biggest promoter in the sport," De La Hoya said to TMZ.
De La Hoya did issue a warning, that White would not be able to replicate his UFC success in the sport of boxing.
"It's gonna be very hard to try and do what he did with the UFC, because there's a little company by the name of Golden Boy Promotions in the way," De La Hoya said.