Dana White has not held back her thoughts on Oscar De La Hoya’s comeback fight next month.
The 48-year-old is set to return to the boxing ring after a 13-year absence to face former UFC champion Vitor Belfort on September 11.
De La Hoya hasn’t fought since 2008 when he was beaten by Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas.
Belfort hasn’t fought in the UFC since May 2018, when he was beaten by Lyoto Machida, the 44-year-old winning his only boxing match in 2006 against Josemario Neves.
When asked about his opinion on the contest, White – who has a long-standing rivalry with De la Hoya – had a lot to say.
White told the Pat McAfee Show, “I pray that Vitor knocks out this crackhead, viciously knocks him out.
“Look, even though I can’t stand this bag of dirt, De La Hoya is legit.
“Back when De La Hoya and I were cool, I was actually in his camp. Just his jab could knock people out.
“De La Hoya in his prime was the real deal. It’s a real fight between two real guys.
“I think Vitor obviously has the power to knock him out, but De La Hoya is no joke either.
“I hope all the coke and tequila glasses and whatever this guy has done has caught up with him and Vitor just puts one over his big mouth and knocks him unconscious.”