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post Nov 24 2012, 06:47 PM
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FightHype UK's articles:
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RICKY HATTON CONFIRMS HIS RETIREMENT FROM BOXING
Ricky Hatton speaks.

SENCHENKO SHATTERS HATTON’S DREAMS WITH 9TH ROUND VICTORY
Senchenko vs. Hatton - FightHype UK's RBR

MARTIN MURRAY RETURNS WITH SIXTH ROUND STOPPAGE VICTORY OVER NAVARRO
Murray vs. Navarro - RBR

QUIGG STOPS MUNROE IN THE 6TH ROUND, FRAMPTON NEXT?
Scott Quigg vs. Rendall Munroe - RBR

FIGHT PREVIEW: RICKY HATTON VS. VYACHESLAV SENCHENKO
Preview of Hatton vs. Senchenko

WEEKEND IN BOXING 24 & 25 NOV.: HATTON/SENCHENKO; MUNROE/QUIGG; BERTO/GUERRERO; THURMAN/QUINTANA; MURRAY/NAVARO; REBCHENKO/VITU; BUCKLAND/FOSTER JR.
The Weekend in Boxing

J’LEON LOVE: “WORKING WITH FLOYD, IT ENHANCES YOUR SKILLS…I KNOW I CAN HOLD MY OWN”
J'Leon Love interview

AUSTIN TROUT: “I AM HERE FOR A REASON…COTTO NEEDS TO LOOK OUT FOR ME”
Austin Trout interview

MURRAY TO FIGHT MARTINEZ
Martin Murray is Sergio's next opponent

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post Nov 24 2012, 10:52 PM
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Martin Murray's victory today means that he's facing Sergio Martinez next.
Martin Murray's victory lines up Sergio Martinez
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post Nov 25 2012, 01:45 AM
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I didnt thnk Ricky looked all that bad to be honest. Sure he lost but I didnt see a guy who clearly shouldnt be fighting anymore. Sure, he's incredibly flawed, but I can think of plenty of guys who he could beat. I think he needed a tune up. I think the KO and him fading late was directly due to him not having the gas quite yet. Ricky Hatton is good for Boxing IMO and I kinda wish he'd stick around. The atmosphere he brings via his fans is incredible and what boxing should be about.

BTW, that was a nasty body shot lol

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post Nov 25 2012, 04:31 AM
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noooooooo rickyyy, seems to of called it a day
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post Nov 25 2012, 09:43 AM
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QUOTE (Franchize @ Nov 25 2012, 01:45 AM) *
I didnt thnk Ricky looked all that bad to be honest. Sure he lost but I didnt see a guy who clearly shouldnt be fighting anymore. Sure, he's incredibly flawed, but I can think of plenty of guys who he could beat. I think he needed a tune up. I think the KO and him fading late was directly due to him not having the gas quite yet. Ricky Hatton is good for Boxing IMO and I kinda wish he'd stick around. The atmosphere he brings via his fans is incredible and what boxing should be about.

BTW, that was a nasty body shot lol

You're right that he didn't look atrocious for being out of the ring for three years, but I doubt that he'll be able to beat the top guys even without the rust. He was hit a lot (possibly timing, presence of mind issues..ring rust etc.).

He doesn't need the money and i don't know if he should take the chance. There are definitely boxers that he could beat, but what for?
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QUOTE (mgrover @ Nov 25 2012, 04:31 AM) *
noooooooo rickyyy, seems to of called it a day

I can understand both sides of the argument, but I think he should stay retired.
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