By Thomas Gerbasi - The M.E.N. Arena in Manchester, England might as well be known as The House Ricky Hatton built. 13 times the city’s favorite son thrilled those fans who packed the venue to hear him walk in to “Blue Moon” and then put on his hard hat and go to work for 12 rounds or less on whoever dared to walk into that most unique of lions dens.
But on the night of November 13, 2010, the arena belonged to another British star, heavyweight David Haye, and as Hatton sat at ringside waiting for “The Hayemaker” to battle former Olympian Audley Harrison, everything that had been brewing in the year and a half since his retirement following a knockout loss to Manny Pacquiao came to a head. [Click Here To Read More