Administrator | 30.05.09 11:12
Paul King, the Chief Executive of the Amateur Boxing Association of England has told Hatton TV that the sport has a unique opportunity to promote itself in the run up to the London Olympics in 2012. He was talking at the inaugural British Championship Finals in Liverpool which were acting as a qualifiying competiion for the next World Championships.
In a wide ranging interview, Mr King also talked about the new relationship between the amateur side of the sport and the professionals and ab...
Administrator | 28.05.09 04:17
Danny Butler, the Western Area Middleweight Champion, can't wait to get back into the ring on 13th June when he fights Nottingham's Matt Scriven in the top of the bill contest on the Hatton Promotion at the Marriott City Centre Hotel.
Butler who's only losss in 17 outings was in the semi-final of the Prizefighter series this year is being steered towards a potential English title challenge in the Autumn.
His trainer Tex Woodward claims he is one of the fittest boxers around, thanks...
Administrator | 28.05.09 03:31
When it comes to fitness, you won't find many middleweights who can match Bristol's Danny Butler. The Hatton boxer is training hard for his 8 round fight against Matt Scriven on 13th June at the Marriuott City Centre Hotel.
Danny's trainer Tex Woodward does not believe in extensive roadwork for his boxers, instead he pushes them through a ferocious circuit training regime to keep them fit. Hatton TV's cameras got a close up view of the punishment Danny has to face in his ultimat...
Administrator | 27.05.09 03:23
Middleweight prospect Danny Butler will face Nottingham's Matt Scriven over eight rounds on June 13th after promoter Jane Couch drew a blank trying to find him a challenger for his Western Area title.
Butler took the belt in March with victory over Carl Drake, but such is his growing reputation that no-one was willing to fight him for the title on the next Hatton Promotion at the Marriott City Centre Hotel. Instead Scriven will provide the opposition in the top of th...
Administrator | 26.05.09 02:34
The champion amateur boxers from Tyne,Tees & Wear will be taking on the London ABA Champions in the latest contest for the Hattonboxing.tv belt on Saturday 13th June.
Paul Scott has organised the night in association with Newbiggin Boxing Club and the ABA of England following the outstanding success of the inaugural contest between Tynes,Tees & Wear and the Merseyside & Cheshire squad in March.
That match is still available to view on the Amateur eve...
Administrator | 22.05.09 06:20
Mexico's "Numero Uno" Juan Manuel Marquez is under no illusions about the task ahead as he takes on Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas on 18th July but he believes he has a chance. This is the man who survived threre knockdowns against Manny Pacquiao, and still earned a draw. He also lost a split decision i n their rematch and most observers thought he had won.
Marquez spoke to Hatton TV about Mayweather and, of course, about Ricky.
Administrator | 22.05.09 05:17
Trainer Lee Beard was fully in support of Matthew Hatton's decision to take the fight against Zab Judah on 18th July. Matthew and Lee had already discussed the possibility of fighting Judah and when the chance came knew he had to take it. Lee told Hatton TV that the fight was a risk but that he was confident that Matthew can win.
Administrator | 22.05.09 04:50
Matthew Hatton's fight against Zab Judah on 18th July could be the defining moment of his career. Victory over the former number 1 welterweight would propel Matthew into the top tier of world boxing and open numerous doors.
Here is the full length interview with "Magic" Matthew, recorded at the Mayweather-Marquez news conference at London's Landmark Hotel.
Administrator | 22.05.09 04:43
The announcement that Matthew Hatton is to fight Zab Judah in Las Vegas on 18th July made many observers think that his proposed IBO world title shot against either Lovemore Ndou or Phillip Ndou was off, but that is not the case. Hatton CEO Gareth Williams told Hatton TV that the South African promoter has guaranteed Matthew his world title chance.
Administrator | 22.05.09 11:22
Floyd Mayweather jnr breezed into London to promote his comeback fight against Juan Manuel Marquez and said that one day he would love to fight in the UK. He said he has nothing to prove but Marquez will be a tough challenge.
The undefeated former champion also told Hatton TV that he respects Ricky but thinks he should retire.