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Hitman's food for thought

FRANK WARREN - Columnist The Sun 23.05.2008 16:07
Hitman's food for thought

RICKY HATTON returns to action tonight against Juan Lazcano. But don’t be fooled into thinking the Mexican is a world-beater — he’s there to make Hatton look good.

I don’t blame Ricky for taking the fight as he needs to find his feet after being soundly beaten by Floyd Mayweather in December.

This week Ricky has still been complaining about referee Joe Cortez affecting the outcome of the fight.

He must be in denial. Cortez had no more affect on the outcome of the fight than he did when Joe Calzaghe fought Bernard Hopkins. Hatton must accept the Mayweather defeat for what it is.

The mental scars from defeats can often take a long time to heal.



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