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Old 11-24-2012, 10:16 PM #47
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I may be the only one on boxing scene but I am a Senchenko fan and I am happy for him. He comes from a poor country and he worked hard to achieve his goals in boxing. He had the courage to face Hatton in his back yard. Now he gets a chance to make some good money in bigger fights. Hatton has had a great career and he gave his comeback his best effort. I believe he is very wealthy and he has the love of his countrymen. Most men would love to be the legendary Ricky Hatton. He should just enjoy his good life.
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