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Matthew Hatton Record

43-7-2
Total Fights52
Wins43
Losses7
Draws2
No-Contests0
Title Wins0
Title Defenses0
Title-Fight KOs0
KO Wins17
KO Losses1
Matthew Hatton Record & Stats
Matthew Hatton's Record
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      What is Matthew Hatton's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 12 years and five months, Matthew Hatton fought 52 times with 43 wins, 7 losses, and 2 draws.

      Hatton retired from professional boxing with a record of 43-7-2. He was a one-time super-welterweight world title challenger. He had a 32.7% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 17 of his total 52 fights being knockout wins. The only knockout loss in Hatton's career was a 4th round TKO loss to David Keir, which was not a world title fight.

      His last fight was a 12-round unanimous decision defeat to Chris van Heerden on March 2, 2013.

      Some of Hatton's best fights and notable victories include wins over Michael Lomax, Jay Mahoney, Karl Taylor, Samuli Leppiaho, Roberto Belge, Frank Houghtaling, and Ted Bami.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      52Mar 2, 201331Chris van HeerdenLossUD
      51Oct 12, 201231Michael LomaxWinTKO1
      50Mar 17, 201230Kell BrookLossUD
      49Aug 19, 201130Andrei AbramenkaWinUD
      48Mar 5, 201129Canelo ÁlvarezLoss *UD
      47Nov 26, 201029Roberto BelgeWinKO3
      46Jul 16, 201029Yuriy NuzhnenkoWinUD
      45Mar 26, 201028Gianluca BrancoWinUD
      44Feb 19, 201028Mikheil KhutsishviliWinTKO5
      43Nov 13, 200928Lovemore NdouDrawSD
      42May 2, 200927Ernesto ZepedaWinUD
      41Mar 28, 200927Ted BamiWinTKO6
      40Nov 22, 200827Ben TackieWinUD
      39Sep 5, 200827Scott WoolfordWinPTS
      38May 24, 200827Craig WatsonLossUD
      37Dec 8, 200726Frankie SantosWinUD
      36Oct 20, 200726Samuli LeppiahoWinRTD6
      35Jun 23, 200726Edwin VazquezWinUD
      34Jan 20, 200725Frank HoughtalingWinRTD7
      33Dec 10, 200625Volodymyr BorovskyyWinPTS
      32Oct 20, 200625Alan BosworthLossDQ
      31May 13, 200624Jose MedinaWinSD
      30Mar 18, 200624Aliaksandr AbramenkaWinRTD6
      29Nov 26, 200524Sergey StarkovWinPTS
      28Sep 9, 200524Dzmitri YanushevichWinTKO4
      27Jun 3, 200524Adnan HadouiWinPTS
      26Mar 11, 200523Francis JonesWinRTD6
      25Nov 12, 200423Rob BurtonWinPTS
      24Oct 1, 200423Lee ArmstrongWinPTS
      23Jun 12, 200423Matt ScrivenWinTKO4
      22May 6, 200422Rob BurtonWinPTS
      21Feb 26, 200422Peter DunnWinPTS
      20Dec 13, 200322Francis JonesDrawPTS
      19Sep 27, 200322Taz JonesWinPTS
      18Jul 17, 200322Jay MahoneyWinKO1
      17May 8, 200321Jay MahoneyWinPTS
      16Feb 15, 200321David KeirLossTKO4
      15Dec 14, 200221Paul DentonWinPTS
      14Sep 28, 200221David KirkLossPTS
      13Jul 20, 200221Karl TaylorWinRTD2
      12May 4, 200220Karl TaylorWinTKO3
      11Feb 9, 200220Paul DentonWinPTS
      10Dec 15, 200120Dafydd CarlinWinPTS
      9Sep 15, 200120Marcus PortmanWinTKO3
      8Jul 21, 200120Ram SinghWinTKO2
      7Jun 9, 200120Brian ColemanWinRTD2
      6Mar 17, 200119Asen VasilevWinTKO5
      5Feb 10, 200119Karl TaylorWinPTS
      4Jan 15, 200119Keith JonesWinPTS
      3Dec 11, 200019Danny ConnellyWinPTS
      2Nov 25, 200019David WhiteWinPTS
      1Sep 23, 200019David WhiteWinPTS

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Matthew Hatton (Magic) is a 43-year old retired British professional boxer. He was born in Stockport, Cheshire, United Kingdom on May 15, 1981. He retired without winning a major world title. His professional boxing career spanned more than 12 years — from 2000 to 2013.

      Hatton made his professional boxing debut against David White at the age of 19 on September 23, 2000, defeating White via 4 round PTS. He went on to win 12 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 6 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 29 on March 5, 2011 after 47 professional fights, against Canelo Álvarez for the WBC (vacant) title. He lost to Álvarez via 12 round unanimous decision.

      Hatton had a total of seven losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against South African boxer Chris van Heerden on March 2, 2013. Hatton lost the fight via 12 round unanimous decision. It's been 11 years, 4 months, and 11 days since this fight.

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