Administrator | 31.10.09 05:50
Matthew Hatton & brother Ricky were among the visitors to Stoke City's Britannia Stadium prior to the Premier League match against Wolverhampton Wanderers. They were there to promote the November 13th bill at nearby Fenton Manor on which Matthew challenges for Lovemore N'Dou's IBO Welterweight title. There will be a full report on Hatton TV on Monday, but first Phil duffell spoke to Matthew Hatton about the fight.
Administrator | 30.10.09 09:03
Commonwealth Cruiserweight champion Rob Norton is to defend his title on 13th November
as part of the Matthew Hatton v Lovemore N'Dou World title bill at Fenton Manor Stoke.
Norton will take on Nigerian born Akinyemi Laleye (won 12 (KO 6) + lost 3 (KO 1) + drawn 0 = 15)
Hatton Promotions Matchmaker, Richard Poxon told Hatton TV about the fight.
Administrator | 29.10.09 11:16
Three years ago the future of Small Heath ABC in Birmingham looked bleak when fire destroyed the club's gym. Now the West Midlands club is thriving again but still needs to raise funds to help it keep going.
Next February the club will stage an international match between Birmingham and Ireland to help raise funds to pay the rent on their new premises and hopefully to buy a minibus. Small Heath Coach Tom Byrne told Hatton TV about it.
Administrator | 29.10.09 10:31
Manny Pacquiao will not let the problems caused by typhoons in his native Philippines distract him from the task of defeating Miguel Cotto in Las Vegas next month, according to his trainer Freddie Roach.
Pacquiao, a folk hero with political aspirations in his homeland, was training on home soil for his November 14 showdown with Puerto Rico's welterweight champion Cotto when typhoons hit the islands, killing more than 700 people and making more than six million homeless.
Administrator | 29.10.09 10:24
David Haye reckons he could not be in better shape as he prepares for his WBA world heavyweight showdown with giant Russian Nikolai Valuev.
Haye is just over a week away from his date with destiny on November 7 in Nuremburg and is delighted with his preparation.
The Londoner said "I feel good. I am not peaking yet, the idea is to peak on the night. I am going through the motions now, just holding a little bit in.
"Every day I get slightly sharper, slightly more ac...
Administrator | 29.10.09 01:14
The 47th annual WBC Convention will commence this weekend in Jeju Island, South Korea, running from November 1 -7, 2009.
Promoters and Managers will travel in the hope of getting their fighters rated, along with top fighters going along. Among them new European light middleweight champion Ryan Rhodes who will be hoping for a shot at the WBC world title.
All in all, over 500 delegates from 90 countries are committed to attend.
Administrator | 28.10.09 07:15
Gary Buckland steps back into the ring on November 13th for the first time since his victory over Henry Castle in an eliminator for the British Lightweight title back in the summer.
This time the Celtic champion faces Hungarian Istvan Nagy on the undercard of Matthew Hatton's World title fight at Fenton Manor, Stoke. The Cardiff boxer, who trains in Newport, says his immediate aim is to get a chance to challenge for either the British or Commonwealth titles He spoke to Hatton TV ...
Administrator | 28.10.09 02:05
Former world title challenger Peter Manfredo Jr., “The Fighting Pride of Providence, Rhode Island”, will return to the ring on Thursday, November 5th against New Orleans based veteran Ronald “The Cobra” Weaver in the main event at the Fourth Annual Jonathan Ogden Foundation Charity Boxing Event at Martins Valley Mansion in Cockeysville, Maryland.
Manfredo made his name on the Contender series then travelled to Wales to fight Joe Calzaghe unsuccessfully for his World Super Middleweigh...
Administrator | 28.10.09 01:54
An England Junior squad head for a round robin tournament this weekend in Dublin
46kg Keiron Jones ( Northside)
48kg Charlie Driscoll (West Ham)
50kg Connor Nixon (Wombwell)
52kg Joe Costello - (Chelmsley Wood)
54kg Qais Ashfaq (Burmantofts)
57kg Henry Thomas (Darlington)
60kg Chris Smith (West Ham)
63kg Michael McDonnell (Northside)
66kg Damon Jones (West Leeds)
70kg Wayne Ingram (Gloucester)
75kg Tom Buckley (Repton)
Administrator | 28.10.09 01:34
David Haye reckons he's won the mind games with WBA heavyweight champion Nikolai Valuev ahead of their bout in Nuremberg next month. The 'Hayemaker' (22-1, 22KO), who will challenge for the WBA heavyweight title on November 7, has attempted to wind up the giant Russian in the build-up to the fight by constantly mocking his size and personal hygiene
A fortnight ago the outspoken 29-year-old took part in a farcical press conference which saw a man turn up dressed in a Hallow...