floydrun Boxing legend and big time promoter Oscar De La Hoya has something in common with a large majority of the people who watched the Mayweather-Pacquiao fight last night: He wasn’t impressed.  In fact, De La Hoya took to Twitter to offer his apologies for boxing fans.

The former champ, who lost a lop sided split decision to Mayweather in 2007,  even took what appear to be a jab at Mayweather’s record of 48-0 by posting a picture of boxing great Julio César Chávez with a caption that read “89-0.”  The caption is a reference to Chávez going 89 fights before tallying his first loss, eventually ending his career with the stellar record of 107-6-2.

For the record, while the fight wasn’t exciting it was a pretty good exhibition of boxing skill.  Unfortunately for $100 no one wants to see technical exhibition.

Check out the tweets below.

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Reformed nice guy.