Ricky Hatton has been rocked by the news that Floyd Mayweather Senior, the man who trained him to victory over Paulie Malignaggi last Saturday, could be in Oscar De La Hoya’s corner when the pair square off in Cardiff.
Nicky Cook won’t be able to defend his WBO super-featherweight title against Stephen Foster Jnr, after he came down with a bout of the flu.
Martin Murray is hoping his Prizefighter victory will lead to him becoming a contender for the British middleweight title.
Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer is keen on staging a bout between Oscar de la Hoya and Ricky Hatton in a ‘covered’ venue in the United Kingdom – on a Sunday.
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Ricky Hatton has revealed that he pondered retirement after his lacklustre display against Juan Lazcano earlier this year – but a reinvigorated Hitman is now looking ahead to more super-fights in 2009.
Oscar de la Hoya has no intention of calling time on his illustrious career, regardless of the result of his December 6 clash with Manny Pacquiao.
Darren Sutherland is eager to make the transition into professional boxing after enjoying a successful amateur career.