Fighters Lifting Spirits

After a week of putting smiles on the faces of our servicemen and woman, the president of Golden Boy,  boxing legend and 10-time world champ Oscar De La Hoya, is back home from the Middle East.  De La Hoya took part in his first USO -Armed Forces Entertainment tour to the Middle East.  Alongside De La Hoya were  fighters  Adrien Broner (20-0, 16KO’s) ,  Danny Jacobs (22-1, 19 KO’s) and Seth Mitchell (21-0-1, 14KO’s). This was the first USO tour for all four boxers.

The boxers extend their thanks to troops and visit eight military bases in Kuwait and Iraq.  They signed autographs, shared boxing techniques and thanked all of them for protecting America.

“I hope that we were able to make a difference in the lives of the troops we met.  I am dedicated to continuing to help the USO with their mission of uplifting the spirits of our nation’s troops, sharing my experiences and encouraging others to support our brave servicemen and servicewomen in any way they can,” said De La Hoya.

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Oscar de la Hoya (center) poses with troops during his USO tour to the Middle East. USO photo by Steve Manuel

De La Hoya, Broner, Jacobs and Mitchell pose in front of army tank during their trip to visit troops in the Middle East. USO photo by Steve Manuel.

Boxers Visit US Troops In The Middle East

Courtesty Golden Boy: From Left to Right: Seth Mitchell, Danny Jacobs, Oscar de la Hoya & Adrien Broner visit the troops in the Middle East on the USO Tour.

The President of Golden Boy is give backing to those who sacrifice their lives for our country.  Boxing legend and 10-time world champ  Oscar De La Hoya is taking part in his first USO -Armed Forced Entertainment tour to the Middle East.  Joining him are fighters Adrien Broner (20-0, 16KO’s) ,  Danny Jacobs(22-1, 19 KO’s) and Seth Mitchell (21-0-1, 14KO’s). This is the first USO tour for all four boxers.

The boxers kicked off their tour by visiting service members in Kuwait. They signed autographs, shared boxing techniques and thanked all of them for protecting America.  Over the next few days they’re scheduled to visit several bases.

“This USO tour is an eye-opening and very humbling experience for me.  I can’t believe what sacrifices these guys are making and I only hope they know how much I appreciate their service, ” said De la Hoya.

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