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  • MANGLER
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    I used to be all about a JMM-Hatton fight a couple months ago. Sounded like a winnable bounce back fight for JMM, and a gr8 way to finish for him. But I've lost my interest in that **** by now. I hope Hatton just retires and JMM finds sumthin else to do, preferably at LW.

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  • gdub27
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    I think Ricky should continue. He lost to the best 2 guys in boxing. He can still compete with most of the top fighters at 140, but if he can't control the weight gain between training then he should give it up. I'd like to see him take a couple of local tune-ups then fight Marquez

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  • BritishFightFan
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    Hatton may have destroyed Malignaggi very recently, but that does not mean to say that he would be able to handle young Khan's speed.

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  • Walt Liquor
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    Originally posted by Spray_resistant View Post
    Hatton comeback has little point but at the same time he himself is fookin massive!

    Hmmmmm
    maybe he and vargas are gunning for a fight together at the new superheavyweight division

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  • Walt Liquor
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    Originally posted by ƒallenloki View Post
    I don't like him... I like watching him get KO'd... I think he should come back.

    As a person, though... He should be done. Floyd ruined him.
    manny ruined him.

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  • The RealDeal
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    Hatton would KO every single bum on these here Forums.

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  • Spray_resistant
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    Hatton comeback has little point but at the same time he himself is fookin massive!

    Hmmmmm

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  • SirTomJones
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    Originally posted by hardmanbrit View Post
    Would he though?

    I mean, Khan is not on the same level yet, surely?
    I know Khan hasn't faced anyone of the level anywhere near Hatton but based purely on speed Amir would have to be favourite. I wouldn't be shocked to see Hatton and his experience see him tie up Amir and make it scrappy.

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  • MANGLER
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    Originally posted by hardmanbrit View Post
    Would he though?

    I mean, Khan is not on the same level yet, surely?
    I'd pick Khan to son Hatton at this point.

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  • hardmanbrit
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    Originally posted by Sexbomb View Post
    With Warren gone he could take on Khan. Would be a massive fight. Biggest fight between 2 British fighters since Benn-Eubank.

    Khan would have to start as heavy favourite to win and to win by knock out.

    Would he though?

    I mean, Khan is not on the same level yet, surely?

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