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 Last update:  1/31/2009       Read more by Mark Vester         
   
Senior To Back Mayweather Jr. Over Ricky Hatton
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By Mark Vester

A few days ago, Ricky Hatton made it known that he still craves for a rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr. He faces current pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao on May 2 at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Hatton is banking that a possible win over Pacquiao will bring him a chance to avenge his December 07 knockout loss to Mayweather.

Last year, Hatton hired a new trainer, who happened to be Floyd Mayweather Sr. - the father of the younger Mayweather. For years the relationship between Floyd Sr. and his son was very strained. At one point he was willing to go against his own son by training Oscar De La Hoya and Hatton to beat him.

Recently Floyd Sr. informed Hatton that he patched things up with his son and the two were on actual speaking terms. If Hatton gets himself in position to fight a rematch with Mayweather, he won't have the support or the training help of Floyd Sr.

"He did say that he is back talking to Floyd Jr. now and obviously if a rematch comes off he can't train me for that one. I told him he didn't even have to explain himself. I said it was totally understandable. You can't expect him to go in the corner against his own son," Hatton told Sportinglife.

"It would be a shame if he (Mayweather Jr.) stayed retired. I would rather [fight him and] him knock me out again. I'm not looking past Pacquiao but as far as dreams in terms of what I want to do finishing my career I've got this nagging feeling in my head that I want to put the record straight."

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comment by Mr.Smith, on 02-02-2009
As if Jr. needs it.......

comment by MJ406, on 02-01-2009
Hatton is a man possessed. he really needs to stop Mayweather this, Mayweather that. plus he's trained by Mayweather Sr. dude has a one track mind I just hope Pacquiao beats him May 2nd so Hatton can STUFU about all this "rematch" bullshit.

comment by Senor Boxeo, on 02-01-2009
Mayweather is retired.:soapbox:

comment by moin126, on 02-01-2009
[QUOTE=Osirus021]Any good fighter will give any other good fighter a match or Re-match anyday to prove themselves to be better than them, Mayweather is scared of coming back because he has sooo much more competition, at the Hatton fight, he was a bit scared in the first couple of rounds, face exp...

comment by v.cassiusali@ya, on 02-01-2009
hatton needs a theraphist for the trauma he got from ugly boy floyd. the beating he got from that fight continue to haunt him in his sleep. i won't be surprised if he will end in up confined in a psychiatric ward.

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