Oscar De La Hoya Sounded Seriously: \u201cDana White, Let\u2019s Get In The Ring, Three Rounds!\u201d Dana White and Oscar De La Hoya continue trading shots in media! This time, Golden Boy MMA president challenged the first man of the UFC for a physical showdown! It all started after the clash between Chuck Liddell and Tito Ortiz when UFC president took aim at \u201ccokehead\u201d Oscar De La Hoya. He claimed the main event of Golden Boy MMA 1 should have never happened. Golden Boy MMA president fired back with a scathing response, claiming Dana White should \u201csh*t fuck up\u201d and \u201cfind a way to save his own company\u201d. The former boxing champion criticized UFC pay scale heavily too. Furious Dana White was a guest on ESPN show "First Take" on Thursday. But here is the most interesting part! White says he paid Chuck Liddell a huge amount of money not to fight! (h\/t MMAFighting.com) \u201cIt\u2019s one thing to sit around with your friends and lie. It\u2019s another thing to go on ESPN and lie,\u201d White said. \u201cSo here are the facts. I have paid Chuck Liddell more money over the years not to fight in the last seven years than he paid him to fight Tito Ortiz. That\u2019s a fact, number one. From 2011 to 2017, when I asked him to retire, we paid him around $400,000 a year to not fight.\u201d According to official fight purses, Golden Boy MMA 1 event earned $580,000 dollars, while the number of PPV buys was estimated to 30,000. Chuck Liddell was rewarded with $250,000 despite he lost the match, while Tito Ortiz received $200,000. The rest of $130,000 dollars was shared between other ten fights. On the other hand, Dana White claimed UFC had paid $1.2 million to undercard fighters thus far in 2018. He called De La Hoya a liar. \u201cThis is about an idiot coming on this show and lying,\u201d White said. \u201cHe\u2019s a liar.\u201d Oscar De La Hoya spoke on Luke Thomas Show on Thursday. He challenged UFC president to settle their misunderstandings in a three-round boxing match.He was even ready to give Dana White five months to \u201cget off the juice\u201d, and had no problem with a 50-pound deficit! https:\/\/twitter.com\/MMAonSiriusXM\/status\/1073343760485048327 \u201cLet\u2019s get in the ring,\u201d Oscar De La Hoya said. \u201cLet\u2019s get in the ring, three rounds. Let\u2019s do this. Let\u2019s do this under Canelo , Cinco de Mayo. I\u2019ll even give you five months so you can get off the juice, and then we can get in great shape and then we go three rounds. Look, I\u2019m going to give you what, a 50 pound advantage? It\u2019s ok. I can take you on. Let\u2019s do it.\u201d But then he remembered \u2013 Dana White has never fought professionally! \u201cOh wait he\u2019s never laced up a glove in his life,\u201d De La Hoya added. \u201cI\u2019m sorry, I forgot about that.\u201d Oscar De La Hoya (39-6) ended his boxing career on December 6, 2008, when he was defeated to Manny \u201cThe Pacman\u201d Pacquiao. The former boxing legend earned victories over notable names like Pernell Whitaker, Fernando Vargas, and Ricardo Mayorga. Would you like to see the clash between Dana White and Oscar De La Hoya? Would you prefer boxing or MMA rules?