Legendary boxer, Ricky Hatton’s son, Campbell Hatton, has made a profitable begin to life in skilled boxing. The 20-year-old Englishman took on winless Jose Ruiz on the undercard of Dillian Whyte vs. Alexander Povetkin.
This was the younger Brit’s first skilled combat, and he gave a glimpse of what followers can anticipate from him sooner or later. Combating within the light-weight division, the highly-rated fighter made barely arduous work of his skilled debut however bought a 40-36 victory over the Spaniard.
How did the Campbell Hatton vs. Jose Ruiz combat pan out?
Hatton introduced again fond recollections of his father by strolling out to the music, ‘Blue Moon’, a trademark walk-out music all through Ricky Hatton’s profession. And the 20-year-old began on the entrance foot, proper from the primary belt. He confirmed no indicators of stress as he took the combat to the Spaniard.
‘The Hurricane’ made his game-plan clear within the first spherical itself. He threw quick, snappy jabs and focused the physique. And this introduced the Brit nice success as he damage Ruiz to the physique. Nevertheless, he seemed a bit of over-eager to get the first-round knockout.
The second and third rounds introduced extra success to Hatton. With the physique pictures hurting the 32-year-old, he dropped his fingers to defend it. Because of this, Hatton focused the chin and threw quick and arduous combos to the physique. Nevertheless, he additionally confirmed glimpses of his lackluster protection.
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How did the combat finish?
Regardless of hurting the Spaniard, the Brit couldn’t get the knockout. Nevertheless, he nonetheless continued to place the stress on his opponent. A lot so, it appeared the Mancunian was attempting too arduous to get the knockout.
Campbell even damage the Spaniard in direction of the top of the fourth spherical. Nevertheless, with solely 30 seconds on the clock, he didn’t get the stoppage. Because of this, the combat went to the scorecards and the choose in attendance revealed Campbell took all 4 rounds and bought a simple 40-36 factors victory.
What did you make of Campbell Hatton’s first skilled bout? Do you assume he may have gotten the knockout?
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