Ranked as one of the best boxers of all time, along with Floyd Mayweather, Muhammad Ali, Roberto Duran, Oscar De La Hoya is a former professional boxer, who is currently a successful boxing promoter and a mixed martial arts promoter. Oscar who competed from 1992 to 2008, has won multiple world titles including the lineal championship in three weight classes.
Oscar De La Hoya's decade-long career in professional boxing has turned out to be the wheel of fortune. The former professional boxer currently has a net worth of $200 million as of 2018.
Oscar De La Hoya's Net Worth: $200 Million
The 45-year old boxing and mixed martial arts promoter, Oscar De La Hoya has a net worth of around $200 million. Oscar accumulated most of his fortune over a decade career in boxing. He generated around $700 million in pay-per-view income and was the top pay-per-view earner before being surpassed by Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Manny Pacquiao.
In between 1997-98, Oscar was The Ring Magazine's top-rated fighter and was The Ring Magazine Fighter of the year in 1995.
In 2007, Oscar De La Hoya ending up earning $52 million in a lost match against Floyd for the WBC light middleweight title. The match generated over $130 million. In 2004, Oscar earned more than $30 million in the middleweight season fighting against Bernard Hopkins. In 2017, he was placed 4th among the World's Top 10 Richest Boxers.
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Oscar's Net Worth compared to other richest boxers:
- Oscar’s net worth is 1.5 times lower than of Floyd Mayweather.
- Oscar’s net worth is 0.4 times higher than of Sugar Ray Leonard.
- Oscar’s net worth is 0.5 times higher than of Manny Pacquiao.
In 2009, Oscar De La Hoya announced his retirement as a professional, following a professional span of 16 years, with a total of $700 million in pay-per-view income. He ended his career with an impressive record of 39-6,30.
Besides his earnings from boxing, he is the founder of Golden Boy Promotions, the company which he founded in 2000. To date, he runs the company as the Chairman and CEO.
The Golden Boy Promotions founder owns numerous million-dollar mansions over the US, one of the biggest is in Bel-Air, LA.
Oscar De La Hoya's property is worth $18.5 million. He also owns a condominium in California, worth reported $2.65 million.