If Ricky Hatton were to fight again who would it be?

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  1. Fondler

    Fondler Banned Banned

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    So lets say he is not in rehab, and was in shape, and training hard at the gym, and not being a fatton...

    Who would be a good fight for him (in terms of money/fan wise)

    I would say Khan, Marquez, even Judah.

    Thoughts?
     
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    Moneywise and Fanwise definitely Amir Khan by a huge margin. The only thing is it's a mismatch.
     
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    Nobody, he's far too weak to fight.
     
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    And you are far to stupid and lazy to read what I first said when I posted this.
     
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    I was thinking Marquez would have been a great comeback fight for him, but it's clear he is done for now. Nows the time to make some money promoting these fights.
     
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    He would probably fight a "winnable" fight.

    Zab Judah, i guess.
     
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    Marquez is a bad matchup for Hatton imo.

    Junior Witter as a comeback fight.
     
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    what do you mean? he fights Andrew Jackson all the time, its a struggle rolling that guy up.
     
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    He'd call out Hector Camacho Sr. or Johnny Tapia.
     
  13. Simmo84

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    So why post it?
    ''What if?'' topics belong in Wastelend, no?

    Ricky is finished.
    Has been since the day after Pac fight.
    And those of us who saw him out in Manc most nights knew this a long time ago.

    Also. Don't label someone 'stupid' at the same time as using poor grammar.
     
  14. SyuYuKai

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    He should never fight again.
     
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    Meh.. let Ricky be.. the British are already trying to get the guy to commit suicide... I say it would be great for him to come to the states, get back into shape, and compete at 140. He worked paulie malinaggi up one fight prior to getting ko'd. He could do well there.. maybe he won't be what his countrymen tried to build him up to be.. maybe he never was that good.. but he was still pretty damn good and could still make quite an impact on the 140 division.
     
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    i doubt he'll be fighting anytime soon if ever again.
     

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