English Professional Boxer – Ricky Hatton

English Professional Boxer – Ricky Hatton

Richard John Hatton MBE, better known as Ricky “The Hitman” Hatton, (born October 6, 1978, in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England), is an English professional boxer.

He is the IBF champion twice and IBO light welterweight, after release the IBF belt, only to switch to a weight class and beat Juan Urango.

He was the WBA welterweight champion, but relinquish the title in date August 31, 2006. Hatton is also the former WBU, WBA Light welterweight champion and WBC, WBA, WBO Inter-Continental Light welterweight champion, and former Ring magazine welterweight champion Junior.

After winning the final against Manny Pacquiao, Ricky has long put her career took off, the Rumor is circulating comeback since the media


Born in Stockport, Greater Manchester, Hatton was raised on the real house in the Hyde Hattersley, Greater Manchester and trained at the Sale West ABC on the Racecourse Estate.

It is taught in High School Hattersley.

Both grandfather and father played for Rochdale, and Ricky have a conference for young teams.

But Hatton including local boxing club in Hyde, which is still in the car, and found he enjoyed sports.

Music Hatton in Manchester City is a club song “Blue Moon” as performed by the band “Supra” Age 14, Hatton pamannya taken by Ged and Paul to Manchester United’s Old Trafford stadium to watch the two battle between Nigel.

Hatton joined the family carpet business on leaving school, but after he cut his hand with four fingers, Stanley knife, his father made salesman to prevent him from losing one’s toes.


Hatton in training on May 1, 2006

debut against Hatton is on 10 September 1997 against Colin McAuley in Widnes at Kingsway Comfort Center (it won the Permesta in the first round), while in second place to fight Hatton at Madison Square Garden in New York.

At the date of 5 June 2005 Hatton beat Kostya Tszyu, then widely regarded as one of the top boxer pound-for-pound in the world with a technical KO after the Australian failed to answer the bells for 12 rounds.

Underdog Hatton is the weight for this fight, and the victory announced in the top echelon of the world boxing scene.

Before the fight the majority of Hatton boxing critics had given little or no chance and this victory as one of the best victories by the British boxer in 20 years.

On 26 November 2005 Hatton won the WBA title when he defeated Carlos Maussa in the ninth battle scenes Consolidation.

In December, Hatton named Ring Magazine 2005 Fighter of the Year.

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