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Hatton ‘Depression Will Be The Hardest Combat Of My Life’

Hatton ‘Depression Will Be The Hardest Combat Of My Life’



Job interview with Ricky Hatton.

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25 Comments
  • Harry King
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    My mates dad is his best mate and hes been out with us a few times. Hes a total sniff head… 2015.

  • TATAY games
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    Manny pacquiao had the same thing happen to hatton, he get KO by marquez. but after that its not the same thing what happen to pacquiao his still happy and he has no depression. because pacquiao is a Godly man. thats the difference. god is good

  • Centrist Philosopher
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    I strongly believe the mental health of boxers is hugely overlooked. Everyone knows this is a tough sport physically but I believe too many people underestimate just how much psychological pressure these guys face. So it really pisses me off when plastic fans disrespect any fighter. As sportsmen they should try and set an example, but given the pressure they face some of their out-of-ring behaviour is understandable whilst not justifiable. So many fighters- both famous and not so famous, have struggled with depression, alcoholism and drugs.

    Without boxers, boxing doesn't exist. So really promoters, fans, trainers and everyone else involved in this sport needs to support the brave men who face off in that square circle. The truth is there are too many callous, corrupt scumbags in this sport who really don't care for the fighters. I am not saying that is the case with Hatton but it also applies to respect- or lack thereof from some so-called fans. I despise fans who call any fighter a 'bum', a 'coward' etc.

    If Boxing wants to survive as a support it needs to start taking this issue seriously.

  • jeremy10ization
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    I just don't get how he becomes fat so quickly, I mean when he fought he also looked like he was in good enough shape, but whenever he wasn't training his weight just blew up, I just don't get it, I mean I work out and it's very difficult for me to gain weight, even if I stop working out for a few weeks. It just doesn't make sense.

  • Devon Rogiani
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    you the man ricky

  • kayode kasali
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    I feel bad for the guy..

  • Chano Roriguez
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    I know you're trying to brush off the insecurity bit: look at you, you're coming on a public internet site, trying to make it seem like its wrong for ANYONE to post any picture of themselves, however they please. Then you're also trying to make it seem like I need ANYONE i don't know on the internet to "look at me! look at me!". Those insecurity issues should be controlled, and if not looked after. When it gets to the moment you're projecting your insecurity at someone else, you know you…

  • mollkatless
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    The apology, though not genuine, is for the wrong reason. I could care less how you abs look, what you should be apologizing for is your display of desperate "look at me! look at me!" vanity. I suspect you wont understand that, so you are dismissed now

  • Chano Roriguez
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    My deepest apologies about my picture. It would appear my abs make you feel inadequate and I don't know why. Those abs were very hard to work for, lots of diet and cardio, along with a consistent training regiment. As such, I'm very proud of displaying them whenever I can. Again I apologize for making you feel insecure. Don't get me wrong, I'm Mexican and I really like Marquez but I don't really believe he belongs in top 3 greatest boxers of all time. That is my opinion however.

  • mollkatless
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    Why do you have a picture of yourself with your shirt half off? Is there something wrong with you? Unless that is not a picture of you?

    I am not a pacquiao fan, you're right he got knocked out in a pretty humorous way too. Incidentally, "Marquez is really not a top contender?" that might be the dumbest thing you stated, almost as dumb as posing for a FB picture with your shirt half off

  • Chano Roriguez
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    hmm, I don't recall Hatton looking like he was shot with a .50 caliber sniper rifle then laying there lifeless for over 45 seconds. Sorry bro, compared to Pacquiao, Hattons knock out was kinda regular. Many people thought Pacman was dead. I'd go as far as to say pacman's knock out was the worst I've seen in a long while. Good try though, pat yourself on the back I guess.

  • mollkatless
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    fantastic job, and perhaps a youtube first – your post goes from dumb to dumber with each and every word!

    fatton SHOULD be ashamed – he got knocked out like a little girl

  • invisiblepker
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    iam pacman fan but ricky u have great heart and u ar a gr8 guy but boxing is a brutal game u need to be more cunning and tactical like may weather and that. dont just rush in and speed in on fighters like pacman , use strategy. iam not a boxer but however used to get into street fights so i know being agressive makes u loose almost all the time but being calm and fight in a cunning manner gets u the win

  • dudersmart
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    These comments calling Ricky Hatton a loser are fucked……he was a great champion in his day and an inspiration to many. Yeah he messed up and did drugs and drank too much but everybody and i mean everybody fucks up sometimes. And the cunts that are putting racist shit up on here should fuck off back to the 1950's, bunch of racially retarded fuckwits.

  • manolo martinez
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    Ricky Fatton

  • manolo martinez
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    hes not depressed, hes a loser

  • kanguesso
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    WOW, this is a shock to me seeing Hatton this fucking fat. I haven't seen since he last lost to Pacman and it feels as if i am looking at a totally different person. Dude is huge.

  • Chano Roriguez
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    Don't worry Ricky Hatton, you are one hell of a boxer, and you always will be. You got knocked out (by the best of the sport in his prime) and it happens. Your opponent actually has it WAY worse than you… think about it, pacman was the pinnacle of the best in the world, then BAAAAAAAAAAM lights out by Marquez, who isn't even really a top contender in the world of boxing (but of course is one of the best too) Just imagine what shame Pacman must be feeling. Things could be worse.

  • oasis4ever92
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    been where ricky's been for similar reasons. Obviously not on the same scale as him but can understand what he went through. he's an inspiration to me

  • JakyRedEyes
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    bahaha marching powder

  • SiThompson1
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    Typical media. They go on like Hatton is the only person to have had a sniff. I think 90% of us have had a session on the old marching powder. It doesn't mean we have let anyone down. Personal choice.

  • robbowen100
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    I walked in to the crown & anchor on trop in vegas on monday and Hatton was sat at the bar having a guinnes . I'm a fight fan ( and ex pro boxer ) so I was made up when he sat and had a few beers with me before going to the airport to fly back to England . He's down to earth and as cool as fuck .

  • undeadpresident
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    True, it was after the Pacquiao fight that Hatton really felt defeated. Mayweather has had tougher fights though, he didn't really get hit by Hatton. It reminded me of the Mayweather vs Corrales match, where Corrales just couldn't find Mayweather and got knocked down several times.

    The two big parts of Hatton's depression I think are that he placed too much value and sense of identity from being an undefeated boxer and also head injury causes depression too.

  • Jiz Anthapus
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    No it's not the video dude. Hatton clearly states that it was embarrassing to be knocked out in the second round, much more humiliating to him. Considering that Mayweather had nothing but respect for Hatton and claimed it was a grueling match for him and that Hatton was one of his toughest opponents. I'm not hating on you dude, in fact now I look at how long ago you posted and hope it's even relevant anymore (probably not), haha! Just my friendly input, which doesn't mean much.

  • hermiemel
    Posted at 03:41h, 06 April

    pacman is still knocking him out daily long after that fight..poor guy….