The deal will include 'championship fight nights' as well as a new TV series titled 'Golden Boy Fight Night' on DAZN.
It will be a monthly series hosted by boxing broadcaster Berto Duran and Hall of Famer Bernard Hopkins.
With his bigger fighter gone, Planet Sport takes a look at some of the standout fighters that remain under De La Hoya.
Despite not holding a world title, Garcia is seen as the face of Golden Boy.
The undefeated lightweight could be involved in a series of huge fights moving forward, including against Gervonta Davis and Devin Haney.
Estrada is the WBA minimumweight titlist and has previously held the WBC title at light flyweight. She is 22-0.
A world champion at 154lbs, Munguia was expected to be a huge star but poor matchmaking has seen him go off the radar.
His next fight is against Jimmy Kelly on June 11 and after that, let's hope he finally has a fight of significance.
The American is the current WBA, WBC and Ring Magazine champion at flyweight. Esparza currently has a record of 11-1.
Vergil Ortiz Jr
One of the most underrated fighters in the world. The welterweight is the number one contender to Terence Crawford's WBO title and is 18-0 with as many knockouts.
The current WBA regular champion at super flyweight. He is fighting Juan Francisco Estrada next in a unification bout after three fights with Andrew Moloney.
The Venezuelan is the WBA super featherweight champion. He is on a seven-fight winning streak and has made one defence of the title, beating Rene Alvarado in a rematch in 2021.
Ramirez was the first Mexican to win a super middleweight world title in 2016 and held the WBO belt until 2019.
Ramirez has since won five wins at light heavyweight and is 44-0.