Oscar De La Hoya's fans spread all over the world want to know his net worth and earning as a former boxer and current boxing promoter. Now, let's have a close look at the Oscar De La Hoya's net worth, salary, earning, cars, and houses.
Oscar De La Hoya has created more wealth than any boxers in the history. The approximate net worth of Oscar De La Hoya is $200 million. He was one of the highest paid boxers of all time. Further, he received $43 million for being 36 minutes inside the ring against Floyd Mayweather. Well, his largest part of net worth comes from boxing, music and as well as property dealings.
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Oscar De La Hoya is regarded as one of the wealthiest U.S. boxers of all time. In the course of his career, he boxed in six diverse weight categories and even turned out to be a celebrity in the pop society.
He was recognized as the man that was capable of defeating seventeen world champions and accomplishing ten world titles. Obviously, this was an enormous legacy added to Oscar De La Hoya's net worth.
The Golden Boy Oscar De La Hoya fought Floyd Mayweather which was the biggest bout in pay-per-view history at that time with a $2.5 million of buys. The PPV record was later broken after Mayweather faced with Manny Pacquiao.
Oscar De La Hoya has earned $52 million since he started serving as a fight's promoter through his company The Golden boy Promotion founded in 2002.
As for his cars, he owns an exclusive branded cars which include Bentley Continental GT which costs $266,485. He also owns a Cadillac Escalade for $84,090.
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Added to that, he also owns an $87,350 worth Land Rover Freelander 2, a Custom GMC Sierra priced $55,000. Moreover, he bought a Rolls Royce who's price is about $200,000.
Talking about Oscar's house, he bought a Mansion for $18.5 million in Bel-Air which includes an Auto-open main door, around 6-7 bedrooms, and 8 bathrooms, specially manufactured mirror ceiling, a kitchen with Aquarium, and a small table tennis court.
Oscar also bought an 11,500 square-foot house for $11.5 million which previously owned by the producer Gale Hurd and Jonathan Hensleigh.