Boxing Oscar De La Hoya’s return to the ring was canceled due to a coronary infection that led to hospitalization: &#8220

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Boxing  Oscar De La Hoya’s return to the ring was canceled due to a coronary infection that led to hospitalization: &#8220

Oscar De La Hoyan was to fight the former freestyle fighter Vitor Belfort.

The millennium one of the most popular boxers in the art Oscar De La Hoyan return to the perimeter has pushed for coronavirus infection.

De La Hoya, 48, said On Instagram after being hospitalized in Los Angeles for the infection, even though he has received a full series of vaccinations.

“I feel bad, bad, bad. I have a covid, my chest doesn’t – I can’t breathe properly,” De La Hoya said in a video he posted on Instagram.

Also nicknamed “The Golden Boy,” De La Hoyan was scheduled to return to the ring next week and take on a former freestyle wrestler in Los Angeles Vitor Belfortia against.

De La Hoya wrote he was confident that he would be able to return to the ring later this year despite the illness.

De La Hoya, who won a gold medal at the Barcelona Olympics, won the World Championship title in six different weight classes in his professional career that began in 1992. His last match so far ended in a 2008 defeat Manny Pacquiaolle.