Oscar De La Hoya blasts ‘little b*tch’ Dana White for blocking Georges St-Pierre boxing bout

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Oscar De La Hoya won’t stay quiet about his latest issue with UFC president Dana White.

De La Hoya, a former boxing world champion-turned-promoter, went after White on Twitter on Friday for not allowing Georges St-Pierre to face him in a boxing match. According to Triller, White blocked St-Pierre from boxing De La Hoya, as the former two-division UFC champion is still under contract with the UFC despite not having fought for the promotion since November 2017.

The “Golden Boy” blasted White and suggested the two of them partake in a boxing match against each other.

“@danawhite Quit blocking @GeorgesStPierre’s chance to fight,” De La Hoya tweeted. “How about we get into the ring first little B*#ch then after I kick your ass, I’ll fight a real man #DeLaHoyaGSP #LetGSPFight.”

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De La Hoya, 48, is attempting to make a comeback after being away from the ring for more than 12 years. De La Hoya plans to compete under the Triller Fight Club banner and wanted St-Pierre as his preferred opponent.

Like De La Hoya, St-Pierre also expressed his disappointment in the UFC brass not permitting his boxing venture despite being retired from MMA and having no interest to compete in the UFC.

Former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva, who is set to box Julio Cezar Chavez Jr. on June 19, also criticized the UFC for blocking St-Pierre’s boxing bout.