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Oscar de la Hoya offers front row seats to boxing card to whoever guesses the size of the breasts of his partner Holly Sonders

Oscar de la Hoya and Holly Sonders.

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Óscar de la Hoya surprised his followers by launching a peculiar proposal through his Twitter account, in which invites you to guess the size of the breasts of his current partner, Holly Sonders and will give away two front row seats to this weekend’s boxing card which is sponsored by Golden Boys Promotion.

Guess Holly Sonders’s breast size and win 2 front row seats to the Saturday fights“, De la Hoya wrote through her Twitter account, a message that received many interactions and that even the popular and sensual former golfer responded.

Please note that they are new. You have 8 days new babies lol see you in the fight“, Sonders responded and also received multiple responses on social media.

It should be noted that next Saturday from the YouTube Theater in Inglewood, California, there will be a boxing card where the main event will feature Alexis Rocha, who will defend his NABO welterweight title against Anthony “Juice” Young.

Faced with this reality, Óscar de la Hoya wanted to hold a contest to encourage fans to get involved in the event and his wife’s breasts were the stars of it. Something that did not bother Holly Sonders at all, who also participated with comments on networks and ratifying the contest.

Since last June 2021 when Holly Sonders interviewed Óscar de la Hoya, love would have been born between the former golfer and the former boxer, who later became a couple and can be seen at important events for both.

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