Less than one month after announcing he was returning to the boxing ring this summer, Oscar De La Hoya is working hard to get himself in shape.
ESPN Ringside shared footage of the 48-year-old training for his upcoming bout:
During a March 26 news conference for Triller Fight Club, the Golden Boy announced he was ending his 13-year retirement.
"July 3, I'm making my comeback," De La Hoya said.
Even though the date for his return bout is approaching, no opponent has been officially announced. Former UFC lightweight champion Eddie Alvarez, who currently competes in ONE Championship, said earlier this month on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show (around the 22-minute mark) that he's been hearing from De La Hoya's camp about a boxing match.
De La Hoya's last fight was on Dec. 6, 2008, when he lost to Manny Pacquiao after the bout was stopped after the eighth round. The Los Angeles native has a 39-6 career record.