Ricky Hatton to beat the crap out of

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    Floyd Mayweather, It is a forgone conclusion, suck it yanks and get used to it.:)
     
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    Why? Are they fighting at Wembley with European soccer fans in attendance in case Mayweather starts winning?:badgrin:
     
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    Las Vegas mister no nothing with 20/30000 brits in attendance, do you not watch the news?This is the biggest fight for years.My only concern is that Hatton doesn't beat him before the final bell then your silly scenario will be reversed.:lol:
     
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    Hatton with the late TKO. That's my prediction.
     
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    Do you see much of him over there?He is a massive star here, he has rejuvinated boxing, him and Joe Calzaghe, he goes to the body like a whirlwind, he is an unrelenting animal and I feel the fight will ultimately come down to who has the most stamina.
     
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    Hard to say. I follow boxing - not sure if the average non-boxing fan sees a lot of him. He's definitely been getting a ton of press for the last few months. On Friday I ran into a buddy and I asked him if he's planning on watching UFN or Hatton/Mayweather. The guy's an MMA nut (like me) but not so much of a boxing fan, but he's ordering the fight and he's gonna skip UFN. So that to me says something about how much press Hatton's been getting and how well the fight's been marketed.
     
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    I am a big boxing fan but over the last 2/3 years MMA is taking me over, i love the raw, intelligent design and real fucking courage of those guys.Couture is a fucking legend.
     
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    Sure I watch the news. I know of the fight, and could care less about it. I'll get in the ring with you anytime you want, Mr Spectator, but I'm certainly not tossing my money away to watch.;)
     
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    Crappy night. Mayweather and Roger Huerta both won :doubt:
     
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    The ref in the Mayweather fight spoilt it, he wouldn't let it flow and constantly broke it up whenever they came together which is where Hatton likes to fight.Having said that, Mayweather is something to behold, I take my proverbial hat off to him.
     

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