Originally Posted by badass316
Yeah, and he also didn't allow himself a chance to win the fight. Because coming out guns a blazing was pretty much his only chance to win that fight. Everyone knew he wasn't going to win a 12 round fight. I actually have more respect for Hatton. At least he tried to implore what he thought was going to win him the fight.
Be that as it may, he still neutralised Pacquiao. The thread asks what would have happened if Pacquiao fought like he did in the Hatton fight, not what would have happened if Shane fought like Hatton. The answer is that he wouldn't
have destroyed Shane because Shane would have still frustrated him with his evasive boxing.
I don't have much respect for either Hatton or Shane's performances against Pacquiao. They both looked hopeless.