Advertisement
Advertisement
Boxingscene.com

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.

Post a Comment - View More User Comments (2)
Top Headlines Izu Ugonoh is Unlike Any Polish Heavyweight You've Ever Seen De La Hoya: Mayweather-McGregor is a Disrespect To Boxing! Chavez Sr: The Bet Between My Son and Canelo is Now OFF! Bute: Alvarez Caught Me With a Good Punch, He Deserved To Win Should More Fighters Bet Their Purse? Saul Rodriguez: I'm Pretty Happy With My Performance Rodriguez KO's Narvaez: Antonio Vargas, Teofimo Lopez Win Canelo: Chavez Jr. Did Not Take Advantage of Being Chavez's Son Justin DeLoach KO's Pearson: Saul Rodriguez Survives Big Scare Photos: Canelo, Chavez Jr. - Go Face To Face in Los Angeles Eleider Alvarez Stops Lucian Bute in Five, Earns Stevenson Shot Kavaliauskas Will Return on Lomachenko vs. Sosa Card Deontay Wilder: Titles Aside - I'm The Man To Beat at Heavyweight! Thurman on Angel: Boxing Doesn't Have Time for That Clown Act Glazkov is Planning To Return To The Ring in The Summer Jay Harris Outpoints Essomba, Wins Commonwealth Gold Cecilia Braekhus Dominates Klara Svensson To Retain Belts Terence Crawford Could Fight Granados Next Instead of Felix Diaz Photos: Hurd-Harrison, Breazeale-Ugonoh - Official Weigh-In Photos: Deontay Wilder vs. Gerald Washington - Official Weigh-In Harley Benn, Son Of Nigel, Wins His Pro Debut At York Hall De La Hoya: Canelo Fight is There - Golovkin Has To Accept Deal! Wilder Weighs in at 222 Pounds; Washington Weighs 239 Mairis Briedis vs. Marco Huck Lands on BoxNation Luis Ortiz vs. Dillian Whyte Could Be Possible, Says Eddie Hearn Dylan Price Inks Pact With Mayweather Promotions Gerald Washington: I Definitely Won My Fight Against Mansour! Frank Warren: Hughie Fury Has Signed Joseph Parker Deal Photos: Gavin McDonnell, Rey Vargas Ready For Title Battle Canelo Certain That His Right Thumb Injury No Longer An Issue Martin Murray vs. Gabriel Rosado Set, April 22 In Liverpool Wilder Anxious To Test Repaired Right Hand on 'A Human Skull' Chavez Still Wants To Fight Golovkin; 'I Think I Can Beat Him' Jessie Magdaleno, Oscar Valdez Get Opponents For April 22 Simmons Replaces Matty Askin In British Title Clash vs. Kennedy Jose Arellano, Colorado Amateur Star, is Set For Pro Debut De La Hoya: Spence Will Destroy Brook - I'd Love To Promote Him Chisora vs. Helenius Rematch Looking Likely, Says Trainer Chavez Jr: If Canelo Felt He Could Win - He Would've Fought GGG Manuel Charr Injured, Odlanier Solis Fight is Called Off
Advertisement
Latest Active Forum Threads
Advertisement
Advertisement