Floyd Mayweather Accused Of Tampering By Oscar De La Hoya


Oscar De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions has reportedly despatched a cease-and-desist letter to Floyd Mayweather, accusing the undefeated boxer of tampering with Golden Boy’s personal unbeaten star, Ryan Garcia.

Garcia, 20, boasts a report of 17-Zero, together with 14 knockouts, and he is gunning for a showdown towards Mayweather-promoted boxer, Gervonta Davis. In truth, Garcia skipped out on a current Golden Boy card to look at Davis’ first-round TKO of Hugo Ruiz on February 9.

Mayweather, who thinks Garcia would get “fucked up” by Davis, not too long ago filmed a video providing Garcia $200,000 to battle Davis’ sparring parter Rolando Romero, as an alternative. On prime of that, Garcia was seen hanging out with Floyd throughout his party.

As a results of the current interactions with Ryan Garcia, De La Hoya’s Golden Boy Promotions despatched a cease-and-desist to Money May.

Via the Los Angeles Times:

“Three sources unauthorized to talk publicly on the matter advised The Times that attorneys for De La Hoya and Golden Boy have filed authorized notification for Mayweather to cease what they understand as tampering this month with Victorville’s unbeaten light-weight Ryan Garcia, De La Hoya’s prime prospect.”

Of the proposed Garcia vs Romero battle, De La Hoya tweeted, “Ryan Garcia is a 15x nationwide champion fighter. To put him within the ring towards a six-rounder like Rolly could be like placing a MLB pitcher up towards a excessive schooler. Not truthful. If Floyd desires to make a battle occur, all he has to do is name me and we’ll put collectively a good battle.”