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Ricky Hatton Record

45-3
Total Fights48
Wins45
Losses3
Draws0
No-Contests0
Title Wins5
Title Defenses5
Title-Fight KOs4
KO Wins32
KO Losses3
Ricky Hatton Record & Stats
Ricky Hatton's Record
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      What is Ricky Hatton's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 15 years and two months, Ricky Hatton fought 48 times with 45 wins and 3 losses.

      Hatton retired from professional boxing with a record of 45-3, which included five world-title wins and five successful title defense fights at the super-lightweight weight division. He had a 66.7% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 32 of his total 48 fights being knockout wins, four of which were in title fights. Hatton suffered three knockout losses in his career, two of which were in title fights.

      His last fight was a 9th round KO defeat to Vyacheslav Senchenko on November 24, 2012.

      Some of Hatton's best fights and notable victories include wins over Hall-of-Famer Kostya Tszyu, José Luis Castillo, Luis Collazo, Juan Urango, Paulie Malignaggi, Carlos Maussa, and Eamonn Magee.

      #DateAgeOpponentResVia
      48Nov 24, 201234Vyacheslav SenchenkoLossKO9
      47May 2, 200930Manny PacquiaoLoss *KO2
      46Nov 22, 200830Paulie MalignaggiWin *TKO11
      45May 24, 200829Juan LazcanoWin *UD
      44Dec 8, 200729Floyd Mayweather Jr.Loss *TKO10
      43Jun 23, 200728José Luis CastilloWin *KO4
      42Jan 20, 200728Juan UrangoWin *UD
      41May 13, 200627Luis CollazoWin *UD
      40Nov 26, 200527Carlos MaussaWin *KO9
      39Jun 4, 200526Kostya TszyuWin *RTD11
      38Dec 11, 200426Ray OliveiraWinKO10
      37Oct 1, 200425Michael StewartWinTKO5
      36Jun 12, 200425Carlos Wilfredo VilchesWinUD
      35Apr 3, 200425Dennis Holbæk PedersenWinTKO6
      34Dec 13, 200325Ben TackieWinUD
      33Sep 27, 200324Aldo Nazareno RiosWinRTD9
      32Apr 5, 200324Vince PhillipsWinUD
      31Dec 14, 200224Joe HutchinsonWinKO4
      30Sep 28, 200223Stephen SmithWinDQ
      29Jun 1, 200223Eamonn MageeWinUD
      28Feb 9, 200223Mikhail KrivolapovWinTKO9
      27Dec 15, 200123Justin RowsellWinTKO2
      26Oct 27, 200123Freddie PendletonWinKO2
      25Sep 15, 200122John BaileyWinTKO5
      24Jul 7, 200122Jason RowlandWinKO4
      23Mar 26, 200122Tony PepWinTKO4
      22Oct 21, 200022Jon ThaxtonWinPTS
      21Sep 23, 200021Giuseppe LauriWinTKO5
      20Jun 10, 200021Gilbert QuirosWinKO2
      19May 16, 200021Ambioris FigueroWinTKO4
      18Mar 25, 200021Pedro Alonso TeranWinTKO4
      17Jan 29, 200021Leoncio GarcesWinTKO3
      16Dec 11, 199921Mark WintersWinTKO4
      15Oct 9, 199921Bernard PaulWinRTD4
      14Jul 17, 199920Mark RamseyWinPTS
      13May 29, 199920Dillon CarewWinTKO5
      12Apr 3, 199920Brian ColemanWinKO2
      11Feb 27, 199920Tommy PeacockWinTKO2
      10Dec 19, 199820Paul DentonWinTKO6
      9Oct 31, 199820Kevin CarterWinTKO1
      8Sep 19, 199819Pascal MontuletWinKO2
      7Jul 18, 199819Anthony CampbellWinPTS
      6May 30, 199819Mark RamseyWinPTS
      5Apr 18, 199819Karl TaylorWinTKO1
      4Mar 27, 199819Paul SalmonWinTKO1
      3Jan 17, 199819David ThompsonWinTKO1
      2Dec 19, 199719Robbie AlvarezWinUD
      1Sep 11, 199718Colin McAuleyWinRTD1

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Ricky Hatton (The Hitman) is a 45-year old retired British professional boxer. He was born in Stockport, Greater Manchester, England on October 6, 1978. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. Hatton was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame (IBHOF) in 2024. His professional boxing career spanned more than 15 years — from 1997 to 2012.

      Hatton made his professional boxing debut against Colin McAuley at the age of 18 on September 11, 1997, defeating McAuley via 1st round RTD. He went on to win 42 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 30 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 26 on June 4, 2005 after 38 professional fights, against Kostya Tszyu for the super-lightweight IBF and The Ring titles. He defeated Tszyu via 11th round RTD to become the super-lightweight champion of the world.

      Ricky Hatton was a one-time unified super-lightweight world champion, and has won five world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Hatton's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

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

      His last professional fight was a non-title bout against Ukrainian boxer Vyacheslav Senchenko on November 24, 2012. Hatton lost the fight via 9th round KO. It's been 11 years, 6 months, and 28 days since this fight.

      Championships

      Hatton had a total of nine world-title fights, which includes winning five world titles and five successful title defenses. He won seven of these fights and lost two.

      Title Wins

      Ricky Hatton fought for world titles in five fights and won four of these fights, two of these victories coming via way of stoppage. In total, he won five belts across two weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Jan 20, 2007Juan UrangoSuper-lightweightIBFUD
      May 13, 2006Luis CollazoWelterweightWBAUD
      Nov 26, 2005^Carlos MaussaSuper-lightweightWBA (Super)KO
      Jun 4, 2005Kostya TszyuSuper-lightweightIBF, The RingRTD
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Defenses

      Ricky Hatton had six super-lightweight world-title defense fights. He won five of them and lost only once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Nov 22, 2008Paulie MalignaggiSuper-lightweightThe RingTKO
      May 24, 2008Juan LazcanoSuper-lightweightThe RingUD
      Jun 23, 2007José Luis CastilloSuper-lightweightThe RingKO
      Jan 20, 2007Juan UrangoSuper-lightweightThe RingUD
      Nov 26, 2005^Carlos MaussaSuper-lightweightIBF, The RingKO
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Losses

      Ricky Hatton lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      May 2, 2009Manny PacquiaoSuper-lightweightThe RingKO

      Highlights

      Hatton fought a total of 48 times during his professional career, which includes 9 world-title fights at two weight divisions. He was among the very best of his generation and was known for his great performances in his fights. These eight fights are the highlight of his career.

      • June 1, 2002: Ricky Hatton puts on the first remarkable performance of his career, defeating Eamonn Magee via 12th round unanimous decision.

      • December 13, 2003: Ricky Hatton beats Ben Tackie via 12th round unanimous decision.

      • June 4, 2005: Hatton wins his first world titles by defeating Kostya Tszyu via 11th round RTD. He is now the IBF and The Ring super-lightweight world champion.

      • November 26, 2005: Hatton becomes a unified super-lightweight world champion by beating Carlos Maussa via 9th round KO. He now holds the IBF, The Ring, and WBA (Super) super-lightweight world-champion belts.

      • May 13, 2006: Hatton wins the WBA welterweight title from Luis Collazo, by beating Collazo via 12 round unanimous decision.

      • January 20, 2007: Hatton wins the IBF super-lightweight title from Juan Urango, by beating Urango via 12 round unanimous decision.

      • June 23, 2007: Hatton wins the super-lightweight title from José Luis Castillo, by beating Castillo via 4th round KO.

      • November 22, 2008: Hatton successfully defends The Ring super-lightweight title against Paulie Malignaggi, winning the fight via 11th round TKO.

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