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What next for Hatton? on Fri 14-Dec-2007:
James, before Hatton takes on Cotto I think it is inevitable that he is going to fight Malignaggi. While this is going on, hopefully Cotto will take on PBF, in which i can see no result other than another Mayweather win. This sets up a Hatton v Cotto clash perfectly, if Hatton can get Cotto to 140, great - if not then I wouldn't risk it. Catchweight may be a possiblity, but anything more than 142 hands the advantage to Cotto.

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Clinton Woods v Joe Calzaghe on Wed 12-Dec-2007:
I think (and Enzo suggested as much today) that Calzaghes days of domestic fights are over. He will fight Hopkins, then possibly RJJ if he wins and retire with faculties intact. Clinton will have to look elsewhere to make his name across the pond.

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What next for Hatton? on Wed 12-Dec-2007:
I would advise Hatton to steer clear of Witter, he has proved himself at that level and has nothing to gain by doing so again unless Witter had a higher global profile - also, as you said it's not beyond the realms of possibility for Witter to win. Malignaggi at MSG would be a brilliant fight for Hatton to return, I couldn't see him losing that and providing he was well conditioned I could see a late stoppage or points victory. As for Cotto, I think it would be a real shame if the matchup between the pair, which people have been asking for since a few years ago didn't happen. If PBF does retire, there are no real 'superfights' at welter and Cotto is only one inch bigger than Hatton - I think the money involved could see him drop down to 140 for a real superfight!

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Clinton Woods v Joe Calzaghe on Tue 11-Dec-2007:
To be honest, I don't see what Calzaghe has to gain by beating Clinton. By beating Hopkins he can secure his legacy, Clintons name wouldn't really add a great deal to that, and there is the danger of him losing if he doesn't get fired up enough for a fight.

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John Duddy comes of age!! on Tue 11-Dec-2007:

I must be one of the few who think Duddy is completely over rated. Eastman caused him problenms and he is well past his best.


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Good luck guys on Tue 11-Dec-2007:
I quite like it, just wish they were a bit more active!

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khan v earl on Tue 11-Dec-2007:
Warren needs to stop over protecting Khan and put him in a with a 'live' fighter against whom he can actually learn something.

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NO1 Fight on Tue 11-Dec-2007:
Benn Mclellan for me too, although the aftermath was tragic. Hagler v Hearns a worth mention too.

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What next for Hatton? on Tue 11-Dec-2007:
I think if he could entice Cotto down to light welterweight this could be a defining fight for Hatton. HE is a different fighter at 140lbs and the money involved could tempt Cotto. Otherwise, go after Witter first and when Cotto loses to PBF, he will have no bigger money fight than Hatton.

 




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