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  • Comments Thread For: Campbell Hatton, Son of Ricky Hatton, Goes Pro With Eddie Hearn

    Campbell Hatton, son of Manchester's two-weight World Champion Ricky Hatton, has signed a multi-fight promotional deal with Eddie Hearn's Matchroom Boxing and will make his professional debut in February 2021.

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  • #2
    Hope he's learned to move his head unlike his dad


    • #3
      Let's get it kicking, hope you supersede your father's legacy


      • #4
        Can remember watching Hatton fight build ups back in the day and hes lad being on it

        Good luck to kid , his dads a legend


        • #5
          He wont even get a british title even with good matchmaking


          • #6
            Ricky Hatton's son boxing? I bet he can maul, clinch, wrestle, do judo, yank arms out of the socket, & headbutt, with the best of em. But boxing? Marquis of Queensbury? I don't know about that one...


            • #7

              This kid sucks, Campbell Hatton must of been KO multiple times as a amateur. This privileged Euro-Bum would of never got a Matchroom contract without his fathers influence -- like Conor Benn.

              Dont waste your time watching this bum.


              • #8
                Poor guy, they named him after cheap, ****** soup


                • #9
                  Good luck to him

                  Whether Campbell makes it to the elite level or not, it'll be fun to watch him try and follow his father's legacy

                  Hearn's done a terrific job with Conor Benn, his development has been astounding from where he started so a good choice of promoter in my opinion too


                  • #10
                    Am I the only one who believes that Matthew Hatton had more potential that Ricky? If he’d taken it more seriously I believe he would’ve gone further. He gave Canelo a hell of a fight. With that being said, I wish the best for Campbell. Hopefully he can accomplish so much and stay healthy in this brutal profession.