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Rendall Munroe Leaves Maloney To Join Hatton, Khan Bill

By Mark Vester

Super bantamweight Rendall Munroe (21-2, 9KOs) is set for a change of direction. The Leicester Mercury reports that Munroe has left promoter Frank Maloney and signed a deal with Ricky Hatton's company, Hatton Promotions. Munroe was set to return on April 9 on a Maloney card at Rainton Meadows. That fight is now off. Munroe will now return on April 16 at the MEN in Manchester, on the undercard of Amir Khan-Paul McCloskey, which is co-promoted by Hatton.

"Rendall sees it as a new challenge for himself," said Munroe's manager, Mike Shinfield. "Hatton Promotions are fairly new in the promoting game and they are very ambitious – as we are with Rendall. They have good contacts with Sky TV and also with Golden Boy promotions in the United States."

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Trigg on 03-29-2011

As long as Rendall has got the best deal for himself i couldn't really give a ****. i've never liked Maloney. He did well to get Rendall a world title shot but with Hatton's name and contacts hopefully some big…

Comment by bboy80 on 03-29-2011

Didnt expect that one Maloney must be well pissed.

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