Hatton loses his unbeaten record

BRIT Ricky Hatton surrendered his unbeaten boxing record to opponent Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas but vowed “Ricky Hatton is not finished”.Mayweather forced a 10th-round stoppage in an eagerly anticipated WBC welterweight fight by flooring Hatton to extend his unbeaten record to 39 fights.

BRIT Ricky Hatton surrendered his unbeaten boxing record to opponent Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas but vowed “Ricky Hatton is not finished”.

Mayweather forced a 10th-round stoppage in an eagerly anticipated WBC welterweight fight by flooring Hatton to extend his unbeaten record to 39 fights.

Hatton told Sky Box Office: “Knock me down but I keep coming back, Ricky Hatton is not finished.”

The Stockport-born fighter said: “My pride is hurt more than the punches hurt.


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“I thought I fought well. I was forcing it but maybe he's very good at making you miss. I thought I was in the fight but he had a good round, he was better inside than I thought and he got me.”

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