There is no denying that Oscar de la Hoya has led an incredible life. From his humble beginnings in East L.A., to his stellar boxing career, to his recent stint in rehab, we’re sure the “Golden Boy” has many stories to tell. And now he’s planning to do just that, with a self-penned tell-all book.
Oscar recently told El Gordo y La Flaca that he was in the midst of writing his memoirs. And according to the former Welterweight champ, he’s planning to hold nothing back.
Yup, that means even the notorious fishnet photos could get a chapter or two. But we imagine that won’t be the central focus. De la Hoya has also built up an incredible career as a businessman, with holdings that are said to be worth hundreds of millions.
We, for one, are quite curious to read Oscar’s recollections. But it’s interesting to note that the tell-all won’t be his first foray into writing. Back in 2006, De la Hoya published the children’s book Super Oscar, which proved to be very popular with Jr. boxing fans.
By: Michael Lopez