Oscar De La Hoya (37-4) vs. Ricardo Mayorga (28-5) at 154 lbs. this Saturday night. Interesting choice by DLH to fight someone as wild and unpredictable as Mayorga, considering that DLH could get PPV buys and a sold out arena against anyone. He should be able to handle Mayorga however, who has been completely outclassed by Corey Spinks, and was hit by about 10,000 power shots by Trinidad. Mayorga signed a 2 million dollar deal, then said yesterday he wouldn't fight unless he got 8 million, then changed his mind the next day and is ready to go. Only in boxing. If DLH wins, and Winky Wright beats Jermain Taylor next month, then I'd expect Oscar to seek out Wright, which would give him a chance to be a legitimate champion in his sixth weight class (130, 135, 140, 147, 154, 160), something that's never been done. If Taylor wins, then expect Oscar to look down in weight, as Taylor is too big and athletic for DLH. Of course the one name that would bring the most $$$ and the most press is Mayweather. It'd be the best fighter in boxing vs. the biggest gate attraction in boxing, and the fact that Mayweather's estranged father trains Oscar would only add to the hype. Any word on how the ticket sales for Hatton's fight at the Garden next Saturday have been? A good turnout could help Boston's chances for future high level fights, which would be a good thing. Boston would seem like a natural place for Hatton to base his U.S. fights, considering it's the shortest distance for his British fanbase to have to travel.