Oscar De La Hoya Net Worth In 2022 - The Golden Boy's World Champion's Life
Oscar De La Hoya net worth - Oscar was born on 4 February 1973 in Montebello, California, US. His birthname Oscar De La Hoya and his nickname are "The Golden Boy."
He is of the Jewish Faith and holds American-Mexican Citizenship and Nationality. The 47 years old Golden Boy is 1.79m tall and is 66 Kg. He lives in Pasadena, California, US.
As of 2022, Oscar De La Hoya's net worth is estimated at $200 million.
He was one of the most popular boxers in the history of sports. Boxing was a common threat in his family. His grandfather was an amateur fighter in the 1940s, and his father boxed professionally in the 1960s. He began boxing at the age of 6, and his ideal was the Olympic Gold Medalist Sugar Ray Leonard. When he was 15, he won the National Junior Olympic 119-pound title and 125-pound title the next year.
Early on in his career, De La Hoya did well as an amateur boxer. At age 17, he turned pro as a boxer and won his first championship fight in 1988.
A fighter turned professional after the 1992 Olympics. On 5 March 1994, he won his first professional title. Four months later, he captured the WBO lightweight title by knocking out Jorge Paez in the second round.
In January 1997, the fighter successfully defended his junior welterweight title and confirmed his reputation as the world's best fighter.
Oscar is a retired American boxer. A boxer is famous for his fights and for winning bouts in six different weight classes. Here are the lists of Oscar’s Championship records.
- Defeated 6 undefeated opponents with 10, or more bouts.
- Has defeated 23 opponents in World title fights.
- Has a record of 24-7 in World title fights.
- Has a record of 20-6 against the current or former World titlists.
The ‘Golden Boy’ formed his boxing promotional firm in 2002. Besides business, he focused on various charity works after his retirement in 2009.
In 1995, he started Oscar De La Hoya Foundation to improve his hometown's quality of life. Moreover, it also promotes positive lives and protects youth from the circumstances of living in underprivileged communities.
On 5th March 2001, Oscar married a singer and actress, Millie Corretjer. Her popular albums are Sola, Amar es un Juego, 5, and a lot more. She is the daughter of Jesus Corretjer and Milagros Maldonado. Her estimated Net Worth in 2022 is $78 million.
Oscar and Millie have 3 children.
- Son - Oscar Gabriel De La Hoya (29 December 2005)
- Daughter - Nina Lauren Ninette De La Hoya (December 2007)
- Daughter - Victoria Lauren Rose De La Hoya (14 January 2014)
From his old relationship with Shanna Moakler, Oscar has 1 daughter, who was born in 1999.
His father, Joel De La Hoya Sr., was a boxer by profession. Oscar’s mother, Cecilia De La Hoya, died on 28 October 1990, at 38.
De La Hoya has 2 siblings. One elder brother and 1 younger sister. His brother was also a boxer. At the same time, her sister was a make-up artist.
His net worth in 2021 is $220 Million—Oscar ended-up up earning $52 Million for a fight. The salary is the highest ever for a fighter.
And now, in the year 2022, he still has a net worth of $200 Million.
Oscar De La Hoya won an Olympic gold medal and won the world title 10 times in six different weight classes. No other American boxer has ever done that. He was named "Fighter of the Year" by The Ring magazine in 1995. At one point, he made more money from pay-per-view than any other athlete in history.
De La Hoya married Millie Corretjer on October 5, 2001. Together, they have three children. He also has two sons from relationships with other women. De La Hoya and Corretjer separated in 2016.
He gave up boxing in April 2009, four months after losing to Manny Pacquiao, who was the champion of the Philippines. This match was more than just a comeback for the Mexican-American "Chico de Oro" ("Golden Boy").
Oscar De La Hoya is an American boxer who used to be the world champion before he retired. He has won two lineal titles in four different weight classes and is currently the WBO super featherweight champion. Although he has suffered from other problems that came up in his life, we still remember the once "Golden Boy" in boxing's era and his techniques that gave many athletes inspiration to do more like Ryan Garcia.