Re: Any recent training clips of Hatton?
He looks solid. If a little slower than before but that's to be expected.
I'm ringside for this fight and the first thing I'll watch for is his footwork. If he still has swift feet to the extent that he did before then that's half the battle. He needs to get nasty again, snarl. Get inside and work to the body. Aim to break Senchenko's ribs. It should satisfy him every time his fist crunches into the guys body.