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Old 08-22-2012, 07:22 PM
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Hatton should have never retired in the first place, his big mistake is he wanted to be top dog and went after the two best p4p guys and after he lost twice he thought he sucks, many greats fought on a few more to retire on a top note.

Hatton would have given Tim Bradley hell, people hate on Hatton but if this guy really stayed in shape he would give any fighter a tough dirty fight, Hatton is relentless and keeps coming forward. His partying messed him up
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