UK start time, undercard and how to watch Hitman’s exhibition bout in Manchester
Ricky ‘The Hitman’ Hatton is set to return to the ring this summer for a one-off exhibition clash against Mexican icon Marco Antonio Barrera.
Following a glittering career, Hatton hung up his gloves in 2012.
He held multiple world titles and boasts a fine record of 45 wins and three losses, two of which came at the fists of legends Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao.
Now, Hatton will be back under the light for one night only as he faces Barrera in his hometown of Manchester.
It promises to be a celebratory and emotional night for the duo and fans will be in for a treat.
Hatton vs Barrera: Date and start time
The eight-round exhibition bout is set to be held on Saturday, July 2 and is taking place at the Manchester Arena.
Hatton vs Barrera should get underway from 10pm on the night but that will be confirmed at a later date.
Hatton vs Barrera: TV channel and live stream
The radio and TV coverage for the fight as not be confirmed yet and will be confirmed soon.
talkSPORT.com will have full coverage of the bout including all the fight week news and a live blog for the action itself.
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Hatton vs Barrera: Undercard
The undercard for the event has not be announced yet and will follow in due course.
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Hatton vs Barrera: What’s been said?
Ricky Hatton: “I can’t wait, to be honest with you.
“Even though we retired, we’re not dead, we’re still proud champions, me and Marco.
“We’ve still got to set ourselves goals, we’ve got dreams to live. It was an easy decision to make.”
Hatton continued: “It’s an exhibition but it will be competitive, because we’re both proud champions. I don’t think he’ll want to come to Manchester and have me box his ears off, and I…
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