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 Last update:  10/5/2012       Read more by Edward Chaykovsky         
   
Khan, Brook Agree: Ricky Hatton The Tougher Opponent
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By Edward Chaykovsky

British rivals Amir Khan (26-3, 18KOs) and Kell Brook (28-0, 18KOs) agree on one thing - they view Ricky Hatton (45-2, 32KOs) as the tougher opponent. Both boxers were asked by Sky Sports Ringside if Hatton would be a tougher opponent [if Khan and Brook weren't facing each other].

Hatton returns after a three-year layoff on November 24th against former WBA champion Vyacheslav Senchenko.

Khan: Styles make fights. I've sparred with Kell, I've never sparred with Ricky. But I think a tougher fight would be Ricky because he's been in there with the world class opponents. He's been in there and shown that he's a class fighter at that level. To be in there with Mayweather and Pacquiao, that's no joke. He's proven himself.

Brook: I think Ricky with the experience. He's an all around fighter. He can take a shot and keep coming. He's got a good engine in him. He's an all-action fighter.

Tags: Amir Khan , Kell Brook , Ricky Hatton


 

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comment by Muscles72, on 10-05-2012
Khan has a good point ricky did give floyd hell for the first four rounds until I'm fair but I'm firm didn't let him.fight his fight not sayin he would've won but he did have floyd very uncomfortable and hatton's fight with pacquiao I just believe he didn't train hard and I believe he would've be...

comment by Weebler I, on 10-05-2012
lol I don't think their comments were really about Ricky at all, they were more about why they would beat each other. Khan: Ricky is better because he's been in with world class opponents (just like me) Brook: Ricky is better because he can take a shot (unlike Khan) To be honest they might bo...

comment by ddangerous, on 10-05-2012
[QUOTE=Big Lou]Hatton/Khan does big biz. No need to fight Malignaggi,Hatton and Khan have both ko'd Paulie already. Winner of Hatton/Khan fights Brook, huge biz in UK.[/QUOTE] C'mon, man. Hatton and Khan are MUCH bigger draws than Kell Brook right now.

comment by Big Lou, on 10-05-2012
Hatton/Khan does big biz. No need to fight Malignaggi,Hatton and Khan have both ko'd Paulie already. Winner of Hatton/Khan fights Brook, huge biz in UK.

comment by ddangerous, on 10-05-2012
Gotta give Hatton credit, that dude gets sought after as much as Cotto. He is definitely a premier draw, even 3 years after his retirement.

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