So Who is to Blame?: Oscar? Angelo? Nacho? Millie De La Hoya?
Hangover effects from the "nightmare fight" last Saturday night have lingered until this time. Pre-fight praises for Oscar De La Hoya have suddenly turned into criticisms following the Golden Boy's untimely downfall.
Boxing experts claimed that they have witnessed Oscar age overnight in that battle, after which countless accusations of miscalculations in training, diet, etc. have been hurled against the "Golden Team."
So who's to blame?
De La Hoya himself for underestimating Manny Pacquiao?
Angelo Dundee for giving the wrong notion that De La Hoya was the more skilled fighter when, in fact, he was not?
Millie De La Hoya for going to big bear and possibly causing some distractions to her husband's training? (Note: Some coaches don't allow wives to sleep with their boxer husbands because "WOMEN WEAKEN LEGS"...Exemption to the rule was Jinky Pacquiao because she was pregnant that time and thus harmless.)
Or should we blame Nacho Beristain for the wrong strategy?
...The blame list could go on and on, but I would like to scrutinize more on the role of Beristain in this tragic drama.
Now, it was a surprising fact that De La Hoya didn't bloat himself up between 150-160 pounds. He came to the fight at 147, a pound less than Manny, who came in at 148 on fight night.
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