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Ali, find another interest because you don’t have a clue about boxing.

Posted November 24, 2012 7:37 pm 


It depends on how great his training camp was… England has been stepping it up in Boxing and all Olympic sports. They’re coming on strong. No more dank gyms but modern facilities that are a pleasure to work in. If Hatton has had months of great work with top sparring partners, the best boxing trainers, and strength and conditioning experts, he might even be ahead of where he left off. The day before his Hagler fight Leonard said, “I’m sharper and in better shape than for any fight in my life. I know my last fight 3 years ago was a disaster—because I didn’t prepare. My motivation this time was Hagler. I know I have to be at my best and I left no stone unturned. He would have to be unbelievable to beat me tomorrow and it’s just not going to happen.”

Posted November 24, 2012 6:03 pm 

Layla Ali

why so negative?…. Hatton can beat this guy handly.. Senchankio is nothin… Hatton’s only losses were to the best there was out there.. he even said himself, back 3 and a half years ago he fought a way that was not very cautious, charging and swinging wildly as he admits wasn’t the best technique.. he now states he is older and wiser, and he won’t do the same.. i believe he will beat the crap out of this guy !

Posted November 24, 2012 4:30 pm 

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Froch hoping nothing bad happens to Hatton tonight

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