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Hatton Over Pacquiao A No-Brainer

HOLLYWOOD - MARCH 30:  Trainer Floyd Mayweather and professional boxer Ricky Hatton attend 'The Battle of East and West', a promotion for the May 2, 2009 World Junior Welterweight Championship boxing match held at the Roosevelt Hotel on March 30, 2009 in Hollywood, California.  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images)
BAMBAM FANContributor IOctober 25, 2016

I think I'm the only one that sees it.

But its quite obvious.

Hatton is naturally bigger and has an imposing style, even for boxers better than Pacquiao.

Manny has faced good boxers and brawlers but not many powerful ones who fight a whole 12 rounds.

Hatton has Mayweather Sr. in his corner and is a teachable veteran.

Manny's last big fight was barely a sparring match against a fighter past his prime in a malnutritioned, dehydrated shell of a fighter once known as Oscar.

Hatton's only been beaten by, arguably, the best boxer of this generation, Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Explain to me how Pacquiao is the better man all of a sudden (and please don't mention Marquez).

 

 

 

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