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How boxing saved Oscar De La Hoya's life

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Former Olympian and world boxing champion Oscar de La Hoya  describes how the sport saved him from turning to a life of crime. De La Hoya  continues to participate in the sport by training new players and also founded a charter high school in Los Angeles help reduce the amount of high school dropouts. Video by Feliciano Garcia – producer and host;  Michael Tomczyk – editor and camera; Steven Diaz – camera;  Andre Pitt – camera; and Zayda Rivera, booking producer.