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*<b>WBC Super Welterweight Title</b> (Mayorga defending)
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*'''Weights:''' 153½ each
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*'''[[World Boxing Council]] Super Welterweight Title''' (1st defending of Mayorga)<br>
*<b>Referee:</b> [[Jay Nady]]
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*'''Time:''' 1:25<br>
*<b>Judges:</b> [[Duane Ford]], [[Paul Smith]], [[Guido Cavalleri]]
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*'''Weights:''' 153.5 lbs (each)<br>
*Announcer: [[Michael Buffer]]
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*'''Announcer:''' [[Michael Buffer]]<br>
* Mayorga was knocked down by a right hand followed by a huge left hook about one minute into the first round. It was a flash knockdown. He got stunned again by another right-hand punch and was about to go down again when he grabbed De La Hoya to weather it. Meanwhile, De La Hoya rolled away from Mayorga's shots.
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*'''Attendance:''' 13,076
* In the second round, Mayorga looked a bit hesistant. He could not hit De La Hoya cleanly, while his opponent was countering effectively. De La Hoya delivered nice clean shots at the end of the round, including a seven-punch volley, with 30 seconds to go, that sent Mayorga into the ropes.
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* In the third, De La Hoya got hit by Mayorga's only clean shot so far in the bout--an uppercut that snapped his head back a little. De La Hoya countered with an effective combination.
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== Bout Summary ==
* In the fourth, De La Hoya continued his ring generalship with his counter-punching. Every time Mayorga punched, De La Hoya blocked with his gloves and arms, countering with clean shots. The Referee warned both for rabbit-punching.
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Mayorga was knocked down by a right hand followed by a huge left hook about one minute into the first round. It was a flash knockdown. He got stunned again by another right-hand punch and was about to go down again when he grabbed De La Hoya to weather it. Meanwhile, De La Hoya rolled away from Mayorga's shots. In the second round, Mayorga looked a bit hesitant. He could not hit De La Hoya cleanly, while his opponent was countering effectively. De La Hoya delivered nice clean shots at the end of the round, including a seven-punch volley, with 30 seconds to go, that sent Mayorga into the ropes. In the third, De La Hoya got hit by Mayorga's only clean shot so far in the bout -- an uppercut that snapped his head back a little. De La Hoya countered with an effective combination. In the fourth, De La Hoya continued his ring generalship with his counter-punching. Every time Mayorga punched, De La Hoya blocked with his gloves and arms, countering with clean shots. The referee warned both for rabbit-punching. In the fifth there was a minor headbutt. Mayorga was warned for rabbit-punching again at the end of the round by referee Nady. De La Hoya dominated Mayorga the whole round. Mayorga looked frustrated and a little tired. In the sixth, De La Hoya scored another knockdown, sending Mayorga to his knees. Mayorga rose to his feet, but De La Hoya went for the kill and hammered his opponent with a flurry of some 20-plus punches. Mayorga could not respond, so referee Nady stopped the bout at 1:25. Popular opinion was that Mayorga was simply out-classed by De La Hoya throughout the bout. Afterward De La Hoya found Mayorga in the middle of the ring and they embraced, despite all the pre-fight trash-talking between the two. (Mayorga had slapped De La Hoya at one press conference, called De La Hoya a "bitch," and insulted De La Hoya's wife and son Gabriel. De La Hoya wore his son's name on the back of his trunks. Mayorga apologized to De La Hoya after the fight.)
* In the fifth there was a minor headbutt. Mayorga was warned for rabbit-punching again at the end of the round by Referee Nady. De La Hoya dominated Mayorga the whole round. Mayorga looked frustrated and a little tired.
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* In the sixth, De La Hoya scored another knockdown, sending Mayorga to his knees. Mayorga rose to his feet, but De La Hoya went for the kill and hammered his opponent with a flurry of some 20-plus punches. Mayorga could not respond, so Referee Nady stopped the bout at 1:25. Popular opinion was that Mayorga was simply out-classed by De La Hoya throughout the bout.
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== Comments ==
* Afterward De La Hoya found Mayorga in the middle of the ring and they embraced, despite all the pre-fight trash-talking between the two. (Mayorga had slapped De La Hoya at one press conference, called De La Hoya a "bitch," and insulted De La Hoya's wife and son Gabriel. De La Hoya wore his son's name on the back of his trunks. Mayorga apologized to De La Hoya after the fight.)
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*De La Hoya's purse was a guaranteed $8 million; with his share of the "Pay-Per-View" revenues, he reportedly earned around $20 million combined. Mayorga's purse was $2 million.
* Attendance: 13,076
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*The bout was televised on [[HBO]]-Television's "Pay-Per-View." It generated 875,000 pay-per-view buys and $43.8 million in pay-per-view revenue, per a May 10 announcement by HBO Sports. That figure was updated by HBO July 5, 2006, to revenues of $46.3 million on 925,000 buys.
* De La Hoya's purse was a guaranteed $8 million; with his share of the "Pay-Per-View" revenues, he reportedly earned around $20 million combined. Mayorga's purse was $2 million.
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*This was De La Hoya's first bout after a 20-month layoff. It was the tenth world title in six weight classes that he had won.
* The bout was televised on HBO-Television's "Pay Per View." It generated 875,000 pay-per-view buys and $43.8 million in pay-per-view revenue, per a May 10 announcement by HBO Sports. That figure was updated by HBO July 5, 2006, to revenues of $46.3 million on 925,000 buys.
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*Mayorga later tested postive for the diuretic Furosemide (a.k.a. Lasix), often used to lose weight quickly or to mask steroid use. The matter was then under investigation by the [[Nevada State Athletic Commission]].
* This was De La Hoya's first bout after a 20-month layoff. It was the tenth world title in six weight classes that he had won.
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* Mayorga later tested postive for the diuretic Furosemide (a.k.a. Lasix), often used to lose weight quickly or to mask steroid use. The matter is currently under investigation by the Nevada Athletic Commission.
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* Some photos of this bout can be seen [http://www.cyberboxingzone.com/cbzforum/showthread.php?t=1990&page=3 here]
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[[Category:2006 Bouts|De La Hoya vs. Mayorga]]
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== External Links ==
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Some photos of this bout can be seen [http://www.cyberboxingzone.com/cbzforum/showthread.php?t=1990&page=3 here]

Latest revision as of 16:58, 5 October 2008

Punchstats
Total Punches Mayorga De La Hoya
Landed 58 116
Thrown 333 264
Pct. 17% 44%
Total Jabs Mayorga De La Hoya
Landed 6 48
Thrown 136 108
Pct. 4% 44%
Power Punches Mayorga De La Hoya
Landed 52 68
Thrown 197 156
Pct. 26% 44%

2006-05-06 : Oscar De La Hoya 153½ lbs beat Ricardo Mayorga 153½ lbs by TKO at 1:25 in round 6 of 12


Bout Summary

Mayorga was knocked down by a right hand followed by a huge left hook about one minute into the first round. It was a flash knockdown. He got stunned again by another right-hand punch and was about to go down again when he grabbed De La Hoya to weather it. Meanwhile, De La Hoya rolled away from Mayorga's shots. In the second round, Mayorga looked a bit hesitant. He could not hit De La Hoya cleanly, while his opponent was countering effectively. De La Hoya delivered nice clean shots at the end of the round, including a seven-punch volley, with 30 seconds to go, that sent Mayorga into the ropes. In the third, De La Hoya got hit by Mayorga's only clean shot so far in the bout -- an uppercut that snapped his head back a little. De La Hoya countered with an effective combination. In the fourth, De La Hoya continued his ring generalship with his counter-punching. Every time Mayorga punched, De La Hoya blocked with his gloves and arms, countering with clean shots. The referee warned both for rabbit-punching. In the fifth there was a minor headbutt. Mayorga was warned for rabbit-punching again at the end of the round by referee Nady. De La Hoya dominated Mayorga the whole round. Mayorga looked frustrated and a little tired. In the sixth, De La Hoya scored another knockdown, sending Mayorga to his knees. Mayorga rose to his feet, but De La Hoya went for the kill and hammered his opponent with a flurry of some 20-plus punches. Mayorga could not respond, so referee Nady stopped the bout at 1:25. Popular opinion was that Mayorga was simply out-classed by De La Hoya throughout the bout. Afterward De La Hoya found Mayorga in the middle of the ring and they embraced, despite all the pre-fight trash-talking between the two. (Mayorga had slapped De La Hoya at one press conference, called De La Hoya a "bitch," and insulted De La Hoya's wife and son Gabriel. De La Hoya wore his son's name on the back of his trunks. Mayorga apologized to De La Hoya after the fight.)

Comments

  • De La Hoya's purse was a guaranteed $8 million; with his share of the "Pay-Per-View" revenues, he reportedly earned around $20 million combined. Mayorga's purse was $2 million.
  • The bout was televised on HBO-Television's "Pay-Per-View." It generated 875,000 pay-per-view buys and $43.8 million in pay-per-view revenue, per a May 10 announcement by HBO Sports. That figure was updated by HBO July 5, 2006, to revenues of $46.3 million on 925,000 buys.
  • This was De La Hoya's first bout after a 20-month layoff. It was the tenth world title in six weight classes that he had won.
  • Mayorga later tested postive for the diuretic Furosemide (a.k.a. Lasix), often used to lose weight quickly or to mask steroid use. The matter was then under investigation by the Nevada State Athletic Commission.

External Links

Some photos of this bout can be seen here