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Topic - Richard Schaefer
Declaring himself in the fight of his life as he battles addiction issues, Oscar De La Hoya said Saturday he was also prepared to fight to keep control of his boxing promotion company.
When Saul "Canelo" Alvarez was asked at his post-fight news conference whether he's ready to fight Floyd Mayweather Jr., the young champion showed off both his growing grasp of English and his flair for the dramatic.
Schaefer, who did not attend the press conference, said earlier in the week that he would never work with Arum no matter what De La Hoya wanted to do.
He also said the door was open for Schaefer to work with his company, Mayweather Promotions, if he left Golden Boy.