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Oscar De La Hoya vs. Fernando Vargasbilled as " Bad Blood ", was a professional boxing match contested on September 14,for De La Hoya's WBC and lineal super welterweight light—middleweight championships, Vargas' WBA super welterweight championship, and the vacant The Ring light—middleweight championship. The long-awaited De La Hoya—Vargas bout had been discussed for years.
Fernando Vargas has ended feud with Oscar De La Hoya and the former world champion is now preparing his three sons to pursue title success.
Fernando Vargas still refers to Oscar De La Hoya as the 'enemy' but somewhere between the end of his combustible career and the start of his sons' fighting education, the 'ferocious' former champion has found peace. They are rumoured to be as equally talented between the ropes as they are relaxed in front of the lens, the heirs to Vargas Snr, who had given an unfiltered version of his own thoughts and feelings when someone brave or foolish stuck a mic in his direction.
No, absolutely not. Even though he wasn't scared to fight in the streets, but you don't just show your courage fighting in the streets.
You're not. Vargas channelled the rage that stemmed from a troubled upbringing into his early fights, reeling off a succession of knockouts against opponents who could not cope with his unbridled aggression.
Following just 14 fights, he was fast-tracked into a world title clash with Yori Boy Campos, who Vargas admits 'played with him' in a past sparring session, provoking tears of frustration. Vargas vowed to make him pay and followed up on his promises as Campos retired in his corner after the seventh round rather than spend another second in the ring with his year-old tormentor. Raul Marquez, Ronald 'Winky' Wright and Ike Quartey were all beaten by the whirring fists of the Californian until he suffered a 12th-round knockout loss to a fired-up Felix Trinidad.
Siblings often follow successful fathers into the ring and Conor Benn continues to cope well with the burden of his family name, sealing an impressive points victory over Sebastian Formella at the weekend. Emiliano, the youngest of the trio, readily admits that crowds are either willing him to produce a dazzling win or suffer a humbling loss in an unforgiving sport.
Eubank from the UK. Vargas was also brought together again with bitter rival De La Hoya, years on from a showdown that ended with Vargas enduring defeat following a thrilling firefight. Scars of battle and the burning rage that preceded it have faded over time, but Vargas was coaxed into forgiveness after Emiliano, Amado and Fernando Jr forged an unlikely friendship with De La Hoya's son.
De La Hoya has recently hinted at a comeback, perhaps still longing for the hero worship he received while warring with rivals such as Vargas.
Fernando admits he is tempted too by another encounter with Oscar, albeit an exhibition-style bout like Mike Tyson's impending fight with Roy Jones Jnr. Vargas, of course, still refuses to be counted out. But at the moment those ferocious fists are too busy offering calm instruction to his fighting sons.
You can listen to an extended interview with Fernando Vargas and his sons on this week's Toe 2 Toe podcast. Search Sky Sports. Fernando Vargas reveals how fighting sons helped to heal feud with Oscar De La Hoya Fernando Vargas has ended feud with Oscar De La Hoya and the former world champion is now preparing his three sons to pursue title success.
By Richard Damerell. Fill 2 Copy 11 Created with Sketch. Saturday 28 NovemberUK. Around Sky.