If he fights anybody half decent I think he'll loose.
Witter, Malignaggi, Khan then Brook - would make plenty of cash and none of them can bang much, last two would sell huge over here, if he keeps winning of course. Sling Khan in with Matt in a double header to build it up.I can't wait to be honest.
Probs gonna be someone shit he fights but still, looking forward to it. Fight someone shit, then fight Malignaggi again then fight Khan. Make it so.
It's Bob Shannon.I wonder who is going to be his coach. He had a big falling out with Graham and I doubt Mayweather is coming back. Lee Beard worked closely with him but will he be appointed chief placing. I don't think there has been any mention of this, has there?
I'd fucking love it to be Witter. I mean, we know it's gonna be someone not that good, not a world level fighter. Witter is pretty ideal. You've sold it to me.Witter, Malignaggi, Khan then Brook - would make plenty of cash and none of them can bang much, last two would sell huge over here, if he keeps winning of course. Sling Khan in with Matt in a double header to build it up.
:lol:Why in the world would he fight Witter? He been on a milk carton for while...
Should win comfortably, would sell off their thousand year rivalry which never led to anything. Brit public knows he is, he has the Brtish title, former world belt holder.Why in the world would he fight Witter? He been on a milk carton for while...
atsch:roflRicky Hatton attacked by dad in gym car park over boxing return decision
Ray Hatton, the father of boxer Ricky Hatton, has been cautioned by police after he attacked his son in the car park of a Manchester gym the day before he announced his ring comeback.
According to police, Hatton's father, 61, physically assaulted the 33-year-old as a row escalated on Thursday, which forced the former two-weight world champion to protect himself.
Hatton Snr, who is also Ricky's manager, was arrested after police were called to the scene.
A spokesperson for Greater Manchester police said: 'Shortly before 11.45am on Thursday, police received reports that there had been a fight involving two men outside a health and fitness club on Market Street, Hyde.
'A 33-year-old man was assaulted by a 61-year-old man, who was arrested on suspicion of common assault and subsequently given a police caution.
'The 33-year-old man was not injured in the incident.'
After a three-year absence, Hatton announced his comeback to the sport at a press conference yesterday and is due to enter the ring on November 24 at Manchester's MEN Arena.
His opponent is not yet known.
Read more: http://www.metro.co.uk/sport/912026...ark-over-boxing-return-decision#ixzz26X53JCJ3
Good call on the rematch, one step ahead thereRicky Hatton vs His Dad
24th November 2012