Ricky Hatton Biography
Hetton grew up in Hattersley after being born in Stockport. Hatton’s grandfather and father were both Rochdale Football players, and he had a trial for the youth team at Hattersley High School. But then he discovered a local boxing club in Hyde where he could train. see all his Bio’s list below
|Real Name||Richard John Hatton, MBE|
|Nick Name:||Ricky Hatton|
|Birth Place:||Stockport, United Kingdom|
|Date Of Birth/Birthday:||6 October 1978|
|Age/How Old:||43 Years old|
|Height/How Tall:||In Centimeters – 171 cm
In Feet and Inches – 5′ 7″
|Weight:||In Kilograms – 65 kg
In Pounds – 143 lbs.
|School:||Hattersley High School|
|Kids/Children Name:||Campbell Hatton, Fearne Grace Hatton, Millie Hatton|
|Profession:||British former professional boxer|
|Net Worth:||$40 Million|
Ricky Hatton Relationship & More
Ricky Hatton’s Net Worth 2022
Hatton is currently unattached. He is not in a relationship. He had previously been in three relationships. Chaire, Emma Bowe (2009-2010), and Jennifer Dooley were his previous lovers (2005-2006, 2019). The boxer and his ex-girlfriend Claire have a son, Campbell Hatton.
|Girlfriend||Chaire, Emma Bowe (2009-2010), Jennifer Dooley: (2005-2006, 2019)|
|Children||Campbell Hatton, Fearne Grace Hatton, Millie Hatton|
Ricky Hatton completed 48 matches, winning 45 of them. 32 of those wings were knocked out. Ricky Hatton is a former World Boxing Association (WBA), IBF, IBO, and The Ring Light Welterweight Champion, as well as a WBA Welterweight Champion. Ricky Hatton had only three losses in his career, all of which occurred in his five final boxing matches.
Hatton’s career was put on hold after one of his three defeats to Manny Pacquiao. Ricky earned a career-high $20 million for his fight against Pacquiao. He lost again when he returned, and he announced his permanent retirement in November 2012. Ricky Hatton is a lifelong fan of Manchester City, where both his father and grandfather played. Ricky Hatton’s career earnings totaled $65 million in December 2013.
Career as an Amateur
The British boxer had a successful amateur career that lasted only a year. He won seven British titles and competed for his country at the AIBA Youth World Boxing Championships in 1996. Unfortunately, he was eliminated in the semi-finals due to an incorrect decision made by a corrupted judge.
Hatton made his professional debut in 1997 as a Light Welterweight. He defeated Colin McAuley by TKO in the first round of his debut. He then won 10 good fights before taking the vacant Central Area Light Welterweight title.
Hatton won the British Light-Welterweight title in 2000. He won the WBU Light Welterweight title the following year. From 2001 to 2004, he successfully defended himself fifteen times. He defeated Carlos Maussa in 2005 to unify the WBA Light Welterweight titles.
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