Oscar de la Hoya
Lot 9
Hublot. The unique Oscar de la Hoya WBC chronograph wristwatch King Power, Ref:703.OM.0218.HR.WBC12
Sold for US$ 72,000 inc. premium
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Hublot. The unique Oscar de la Hoya WBC chronograph wristwatch
King Power, Ref:703.OM.0218.HR.WBC12
Satin-finished 18ct King Gold case (48 mm diameter) with black ceramic bezel held by 6 black PVD titanium screws, glazed exhibition back held by 6 screws, crystal with WBC logo transfer and Oscar de la Hoya signature, 18ct King Gold crown with black rubber insert and chronograph pushers in black PVD, equipped with HUB4100 automatic chronograph movement (252 components) with 42 hours power reserve and cut out rotor, satin-finished gilt dial, applied gilt baton hour markers baton hands with green luminescent, chronograph hand with Hublot logo, three subsidiary dials for running seconds, 30 minutes and 12 hours. On the 30 mm subsidiary dial, the first 3 mm in red represent a boxing round. Date aperture between 4 and 5, fitted strap in Porosus Hornback green alligator and spare black rubber strap with black stitching, titanium micro-blasted black PVD deployant clasp with decorative gold plate; case, dial and movement signed.


  • This Golden Boy earned his nickname during the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona where his outstanding performance earned him a gold medal at the age of 20. The Los Angeles, California native then made his professional boxing debut in November 23, 1992 with a first round knockout win over Lamar Williams in front of his home crowd.

    With a perfect record, Oscar de la Hoya secured a title fight for the WBC super lightweight title against the Mexican legend Julio Cesar Chavez. The fight had no favorite because the great skills of De la Hoya and the historic record of Chavez billed the two as an elite matchup. The Golden Boy landed a hail of punches all over Chavez opening a deep cut and causing a mask of blood.

    After having defended his title for the first time, he decided to move up to the welterweight division and faced Pernell Whitaker for the world title on April 12th, 1997 in Las Vegas, Nevada. A thrilling fight, De la Hoya earned himself another green and gold belt. Ambitious and multi-talented he then moved up to super welterweight division conquering the title against tough Spanish veteran Javier Castillejo.

    The "Golden Boy" remains the first and only fighter in history to have conquered ten titles in six different divisions: superfeather, lightweight, superlight, welterweight, superwelter and middleweight. Truly a Golden legacy.
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