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 Last update:  4/3/2012       Read more by Boxing Clever         
   
Ricky Hatton Lashes Out at McGuigan on Frampton-Quigg
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Promoter Ricky Hatton is annoyed with the recent chatter that Scott Quigg is ducking a fight with domestic rival Carl Frampton. Hatton - who promotes British Champion Quigg - has let rip at Frampton’s manager Barry McGuigan. Quigg takes on Rendall Munroe for the vacant WBA interim-super bantamweight title on June 16th in Manchester.

Hatton said: “I believe Mr. McGuigan was in Newcastle doing a dinner talking rubbish as per usual....that they’d made an offer for Frampton vs. Quigg and we didn’t want it. The offer that we had was two days after we announced Quigg vs. Munroe, but we’re running scared. Wow wee baz, get a grip mate.”

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comment by right hand jab, on 06-07-2012
That doesn't somehow negate the fact that Hatton's an excessive fouler, who if he had of fought a prime Kostya, he'd have been knocked Hatton out in a fairly routine fashion.

comment by shade darkar, on 04-04-2012
[QUOTE=right hand jab]Tszyu's low blow was retalitory and over-shadowed by the vast amount of fouls that Hatton commited through the whole of the fight. As for the Mayweather fight, Floyd's elbows were more of a concern, rather than his holding. As with in every fight, it's who you get to offic...

comment by Dirk Diggler UK, on 04-03-2012
[QUOTE=IronDanHamza]Think he means "Avoided like the plague" not "Ducked like the plaque" :lol1:[/QUOTE] Why you gotta ruin the fun, man? :lol1: Wanted to see how long he'd take to figure it out on his own.

comment by dannnnn, on 04-03-2012
[QUOTE=right hand jab]Oh, sorry to be pendantic but it's "anyway" and not "anyways", as your meaning doesn't require a plural extention.[/QUOTE] *Extension Dickhead.

comment by right hand jab, on 04-03-2012
[QUOTE=shade darkar]tszyu was also guilty on the low blow front. hatton got a load of grief for his holding and rightly so, but hatton isnt the only guy who did it. during the mayweather hatton fight, the hbo commentators were talking about how if anybody is going to get a point taken away for ho...

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