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After tipping the scales at 146 pounds in front of raucous “Hitman” supporters, former WBA welterweight and IBF light welterweight champion Ricky Hatton promised to defeat Ukrainian Vyacheslav Senchenko tomorrow night at the Manchester Arena in England. Hatton (45-2, 32 … Continue reading →
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British boxing sensation Ricky Hatton will return to the ring after more than three years on Saturday, Nov. 22 when he takes on Vyacheslav Senchenko of Ukraine at the MEN Arena in Manchester, England in a 10-round welterweight contest.
Hatton retired from boxing back in 2009 after he was brutally knocked by Filipino great Manny Pacquiao in the second round. Hatton was also knocked...
There's only one, Ricky Hatton! And he's back tomorrow night, in a fight which will be aired live on Showtime from Manchester, England. The official weigh-ins for the Ricky Hatton vs. Vyacheslav Senchenko welterweight clash were held this afternoon, and right here, you can take a look at the official weigh-in results, and some photographs from the event as well, where Hatton...
Ricky Hatton will complete his transformation from a self-described overweight drunk to a redemption-seeking boxer on Saturday when the former two-weight champion returns to the ring for a comeback fight.
It's been 3 1/2 years since Hatton was knocked out by Manny Pacquiao, sending the Briton into retirement and his life spiraling out control.
Hatton has said his battle with...
From a pure boxing standpoint, the comeback of Ricky Hatton Saturday on Showtime after suffering a series of brutal knockouts is probably ill-advised. But anyone involved whose trick knee aches when it's about to precipitate money probably is happy Great Britain's most popular fighter of the past decade, the gregarious, blue collar everyman from Manchester, is stepping back...