Undefeated: Floyd Mayweather Jr. vs. Ricky Hatton Scorecard by Gold


scorecard by GOLD
Round
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2
3
4
5
6
7
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Total
FLOYD MAYWEATHER JR.
10
9
10
10
9
10
10
10
10
88
RICKY HATTON
9
10
9
9
10
8
9
9
9
82

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Gold's picture

While I do think Hatton could have done a little better if he was given the chance to fight on the inside more, Hatton wasn't a versatile enough of a boxer to beat Floyd. Floyd was lighting him up with counters after a few rounds and landed the check hook multiple times before he got the knockout.

Champion97's picture

Hatton was a brilliant fighter and anyone who doesn't give him credit is a so and sp

Gold's picture

He was very good, but you are talking about a brawler in Hatton versus an incredible pure boxer in Floyd. Hatton didn't have the boxing skills, size, or power of Chino and Floyd was in his prime versus Hatton. We've already had a discussion about Hatton and his wins/losses though so.

Champion97's picture

This was i relation to the stuff yiy said then, not comapred to May.
What yiu said before about Hatton weak resume or whatever dogshit you said, was very wrong, and as a Brit, I will defend a British boxing legend, who people who have trained me as an amateur fighter when I was a kid, looked up to very much, if you came over here, and went to Manchester, saying shit about Hatton and all he achieved, especially the Tysu win, you would need armour, and back up.

Gold's picture

He does have a weak resume and Tszyu could have used some armor for the low blows he took from Hatton in that fight. Just because I don't care for Hatton doesn't mean you or other people can't like him.

Champion97's picture

He doesn't have a weak resume.

Champion97's picture

Tyszu was a super champion. Hatton is a British boxing legend for sure.

Champion97's picture

I never said he was nearly as good as Mayweather, a British boxing legend vs a world boxing legend, A vs B, take your pick, but you said it, he 'was very good', don't take dogs at his resume, you have an obsession with resumes, what you think bout that depends on what you are comparing to, if I say Hatton is like Mayweather, Leonard, then ok, you have a point, but if I say Hatton was good at world level not great at world level, you have to consider, realistically, what sort of wins you wanted to see from him before you criticise

Gold's picture

Depends who you compare him to, I am talking about to the Hall of Fame level because he was on the ballot as a candidate. If you are just talking about a one time champion with one or zero defenses then yeah he had a really good career.

Champion97's picture

You are talking about HOF because that is all you have any interest in, Glory Hunter. A loyall fan supports fighters because they think theybare inspirational, Anthony Crolla, Stuart Hall are very inspirational fighters, became world champions, but you don't care about fighters at that sort of level, you don't like Ramirez, you like Prograis, if Ramirez beats Prograis if they fight, all of a sudden Prograis will be a bum and you will find some reason why it isn't an impressive win. You must be able to count the number of fighters you like, on one hand.

Also, you can do what you did to Lomachencko's resume, for any fighter, you can piss all over any great if you want, and I think you are just a nutcase for trying to break down all those examples I gave you.

Gold's picture

Except he was being compared to guys who were on the ballot like Vitali Klitschko, Erik Morales, Winky Wright who made it in. If you want to look at his career in isolation compared to everyone he had one that is better than almost any boxer could dream of. When you look at it from a critical perspective, you see he had only five relevant years in his career and was limited to an extent. If that is your primary motivator to watch boxing, watch Rocky because in the ring it doesn't matter if someone is good or bad, they are theoretically on equal footing. What makes you think I don't like Ramirez? I just don't think he is that good. Top Rank isn't giving him the chance to prove he's good anyways by holding him back from the WBSS. If Ramirez beats Prograis he will have proved he is legitimate.

For many great fighters, you don't have to talk about the Rocky Martinez's of the world to hype them up. The Jason Sosa's and Ray Beltran's of the world are not intriguing opponents.

Champion97's picture

Beat a super champion, knocked out Castillo, Urango, Tackie, Phillips.