Over the past few weeks, the UFC president and also the fighter turned GoldenBoy CEO have already been at odds within the mixed martial arts card that De La Hoya recently marketed with UFC Hall of Famers Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz.
On De La Hoya, White erupted in the wake of the struggle while calling him a & lsquo; coke head & rsquo; and refuting statements about money Liddell and Ortiz made in their careers inside the 46, against the boxing winner.
That warfare of words finally spiraled in to De La Hoya saying he could beat up White in a struggle and then going as far as suggesting a three round boxing game between them to settle the score once and for all.
Well White wasn’t s opinions but he did offer up a response when speaking to Barstool Sports a week.
“I heard him state that he’d kick my ass from the ring,&rdquo. “is sensible — this guy likes to observe 50-year Id struggle. Therefore it is logical ’therefore that the struggle he would want to perform. ”
White’s dig comes before promoting them in a payperview major event after De La Hoya brought Liddell in 48 years of age out of retirement because of its struggle against Ortiz, that is 43.
Ortiz ultimately knocked out Liddell in the first round.
As the payperview amounts because of the card have never been released, industry sources have said the event was a tragedy in terms of sales with figures sold.