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Old 12-10-2007, 05:52 AM   #16
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he might have had a little more snap at LWW, but Mayweather was just much better than him.

Now I can perhaps see why the Witter fight hasn't come off - Ricky would really struggle against an awkward switch-hitter with power and speed.
Well done you finally realise! Frank ****** knew this 5-6 years ago thats why he steered him well clear of Junior.Hatton has a relentless style that has little to know defense.His easy to hit and not a concussive puncher for the style he has.This all goes against him when he faces the best at 40/47 as his style just insnt versatile enough to deal with hard or precise punchers like Cotto Shane Cintron Marg DLH or even Judah.
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Old 12-10-2007, 05:57 AM   #17
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At no point have i said that Hatton would beat Mayweather at 140, i just stated that Hatton had a big decision because he can make more money at w/w
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Old 12-10-2007, 06:03 AM   #18
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At no point have i said that Hatton would beat Mayweather at 140, i just stated that Hatton had a big decision because he can make more money at w/w
Thats why he went to 47.If he wasnt good at 47 he would have taken heed from the Collazo fight.But the Collazo fight be it at 40 or 47 would have made no diffrence.Ricky still would have won a decision but he had trouble with Collazo`s slick "style". These are the key words here "STYLE" And STYLES we all know make fights.
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Old 12-10-2007, 06:07 AM   #19
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Its absolute tosh.If the big names were at 140 the result would be the dam same.All you Hatton fan boys do is make excuse after excuse.You really think measley pounds makes that much of a diffrence? Hatton looked like a stud at the weigh in.Everyone gloated about how strong he is and his leg press and shoulder press bla bla but it made no dam diffrence.Weight isnt the issue here its his style.His skillset and style are simply not good enough to beat the best welters out there and of story.
i think what your trying to say is he is no good at welter weight - dumb ass
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Old 12-10-2007, 06:09 AM   #20
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i think what your trying to say is he is no good at welter weight - dumb ass
No his great at 147 didnt you know. You ****ing clown.
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