LOS ANGELES - Oscar de la Hoya, boxing's former "Golden Boy" who retired in 2008, is considering a comeback at age 42, telling ESPN Monday he is 50-50 on a ring return. In a report on the sports television network's website, De la Hoya said that he is clean and sober after twice undergoing rehabilitation for drugs and alcohol and as fit as ever. "I feel great -- 42 is the new 32," de la Hoya said. "I feel amazing. In my life right now, I have so much motivation. I am so hungry and so determined." De la Hoya retired after Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao stopped him in the eighth round in 2008, delivering the US star's fourth loss in his final seven fights. De la Hoya also lost to Shane Mosley in 2003 and was knocked out in the ninth round by Bernard Hopkins in a 2004.