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In 2006, De La Hoya authorized a children's picture book titled Super Oscar [50] published by Simon & Schuster and released in his name. The book was written by noted children's author Mark Shulman and illustrated by children's illustrator Lisa Kopelke. The book tells the story of young Oscar as a daydreamer, who uses his great physical ability to prepare an elaborate picnic for his entire neighborhood in just fifteen minutes. Written in English and Spanish, the book received unanimously positive reviews from the publishing review journals. Super Oscar was selected as the winner of the 2007 Latino Book Awards Best Bilingual Children's Picture Book of the year. [51]

maybe your’e right but ducking is not also boxing is all about…its only this time that ducking have been committed many times by a talented boxer Floyd, he ducked Castillo for a rematch which in the first fight Castillo was the winner in the eyes of many who watched. Again he refused to fight when Margarito in his prime, its evident when he was interviewed many times before when Margarito especially when Margarito was still a champion. Many past great boxers like Ali, Hagler, Hearns, Tyson, Holyfield and Sugar Ray Leonard knows how many fighters Floyd ducked to fight…evidences were their comments when they were interviewed by reporters.

They're smart businessmen. They see the gold mine that McGregor is as a boxer, even though he fought his first professional boxing match on Saturday. A fight between McGregor and either Pacquiao or Alvarez would likely do around 2 million pay-per-view buys, making it one of the five biggest pay-per-view events ever. It would represent one last major payday for Pacquiao, who turns 39 in December, before he retires. It would help Alvarez, who just turned 27, not only get a massive payday but also become more of a mainstream star to casual fans.

Have you ever been in a fight? How did you get on? Did you get to use the expression "you shoulda seen the other guy/girl?" in the aftermath at any point. I hit this kid called Mark S_____ when we were 11, in the playground. I mean, I hit him in the face. Not like "the playground" is some boxing euphemism for the solar plexus or something. His nose made a sort of noise like Pop! and blood came out. It was terrifying. I sort of think it was more terrifying for me than it was for him. That's probably easy for me to say; I wasn't the one being hit in the face. He cried and ran off. But the sense of... consequence, I guess, was really overwhelming. As you can probably tell, I'm clearly not cut out for it.

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Have you ever been in a fight? How did you get on? Did you get to use the expression "you shoulda seen the other guy/girl?" in the aftermath at any point. I hit this kid called Mark S_____ when we were 11, in the playground. I mean, I hit him in the face. Not like "the playground" is some boxing euphemism for the solar plexus or something. His nose made a sort of noise like Pop! and blood came out. It was terrifying. I sort of think it was more terrifying for me than it was for him. That's probably easy for me to say; I wasn't the one being hit in the face. He cried and ran off. But the sense of... consequence, I guess, was really overwhelming. As you can probably tell, I'm clearly not cut out for it.

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