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Ricky Hatton Was Offended By Brook's 'Bad Taste' Wink

By Steve Lillis, courtesy of The Daily Star

RICKY HATTON has blasted Kell Brook for teasing him and his family while romping to victory against his younger brother.

The unbeaten WBA intercontinental welterweight champion easily outpointed Matthew Hatton over 12 rounds at Sheffield’s Motorpoint Arena on Saturday night.

Brook, 25, was in complete control against the IBF international title holder when he spotted former world light-welterweight champion Ricky, his parents and Matthew’s partner Jenna Coyne at ringside.

Ricky said: “Kell was winning the fight by a mile, but in the eleventh round he winked at my family. It was not nice. Jenna, myself and the close family saw it and it was in really bad taste. As far as the fight went, the Hatton family would like to wish Kell all the best for the future.”

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Fix on 03-19-2012

He was just winking to let them know he wasnt going to knock Matthew out.. it was a show of respect.. and Brook destroys a prime Ricky no doubt.. he'd get dominated nearly as bad as his brother did.. Ricky…

Comment by The MiZ on 03-19-2012

even a green Brook would beat ricky hatton @147 imo. i think if ricky faught better competition, he'd have a few more loses, he knew that, thats why he diped.

Comment by Biolink on 03-19-2012

it would be a great story if Ricky came out of retirement and beat him. All this bickering in British boxing, makes me miss when he was the top dog.

Comment by Scrubber on 03-19-2012

The round fat face of the addict hatton is mad. big deal lose 100lbs fat Hat and fight Brook yourself as ig wee ricky can even button his pants. amazing how the fat hatton has nerve to open his addict…

Comment by -§unny- on 03-19-2012

[QUOTE=SPREAD;11907227]he was getting repeatdly hit in the head, course he's gunna hold, moron[/QUOTE] What fight did you watch my friend. It was Mathew who was hitting Kell behind the head constantly. It started from when the bell rang and I…

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