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Los Angeles-based Golden Boy Promotions was established in 2002 by Oscar de la Hoya, the first Hispanic to own a national boxing promotional company. In 2007, in its fifth year of promoting, Golden Boy Promotions set a record by selling over 2.5 million in pay-per-view homes in a single night. Also in 2007, Golden Boy Promotions established the record for highest grossing pay-per-view homes in a single year with more than 4 million total. Golden Boy Promotions is one of boxing’s most active and respected promoters, presenting shows in packed venues around the United States on networks such as HBO, SHOWTIME, TeleFutura, FOX Sports Networks and FOX Deportes.
Golden Boy Promotions currently has over 50 fighters under contract, from future Hall of Famer Bernard Hopkins to current world champions and superstars Canelo Alvarez, Danny Garcia, Omar Figueroa Jr., Leo Santa Cruz, Amir Khan, Marcos Maidana, Keith Thurman, Adrien Broner, Jorge Linares, Robert Guerrero, Abner Mares, Lucas Matthysse, Victor Ortiz, Peter Quillin, Danny Jacobs and Humberto Soto. Also included on the company’s roster are top contenders Alfredo Angulo, Sharif Bogere, Gabriel Rosado, and Zab Judah as well as highly regarded prospects Randy Caballero, Jermell Charlo, Eddie Gomez, Frankie Gomez, Anthony Ogogo, Antonio Orozco, Joseph Diaz Jr., Sadam Ali, Zachary Ochoa and Deontay Wilder.
In 1995 the Oscar de la Hoya Foundation was created to bring a better quality of life to the people of East Los Angeles. Today, with the help of so many, the foundation serves thousands of people annually. The Foundation offers the Oscar de la Hoya Ánimo Charter High School, the Cecilia Gonzalez de la Hoya Cancer Center and the Oscar de la Hoya Children's Medical Center, both located at the White Memorial Hospital and numerous after school programs to help guide young people toward leading positive lives and away from circumstances of gang violence, juvenile delinquency and substance abuse.