|12-16-2010, 08:05 AM||#2|
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Hatton by KO or Khan by UD.
Not too sure.
Khan isn't even in his prime yet, he's only 24.
After he beats Tim Bradley we'll see.
|12-16-2010, 08:54 AM||#4|
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Hatton's career has been downplayed due to KO losses to Floyd and Pac, but he was a tough pressure fighter on his day. His trips to welters made him look weak but he wasn't. So, fighting Khan would've been a matter of getting to his body for a few rds and then knocking him out.
Khan did a great job against Maidana but Marcos was tired as hell, so he couldn't cut the ring better, Hatton would've been on him like a rash without tiring.
|12-16-2010, 09:00 AM||#5|
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Khan by UD,
The body punches only affected the bums he was fighting at WBU level and Castillo who was over the hill.
Luis Callazo didn't feel them, Juan Urango and no need to mention Mayweather or Pacquiao.
Hatton had 40+ fights and was only known for his last 6 fights (Tsyzu, Urango, Callazo, Mayweather, Pacquiao, Castillo)
Khan won a offical world title (WBA) at age 23, Fought a monster in Maidana in his 23rd fight, WHO WAS HATTON FIGHTING AT THAT STAGE OF HIS CAREER (THAXTON LOL!!!)
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