De La Hoya retires from ring
LOS ANGELES -- Oscar De La Hoya announced his retirement from boxing on Tuesday, four months after his final bout ended in a one-sided loss to Manny Pacquiao.
"I've come to the conclusion that it's over inside the ring for me," De La Hoya said at a news conference.
The 36-year-old De La Hoya's remarkable career including winning a 1992 Olympic gold medal and professional titles in six weight divisions. He also is the highest-grossing star in the history of the sport.
I'm gonna have to be killed before I lose, and I ain't going to die easy - Muhammad Ali