Ricky Hatton speaks out on Floyd Mayweather, Manny Pacquiao and Boxing Comeback
By Johnny Benz (April 15, 2010) Doghouse Boxing  
To be retired, or not to be retired? These days, that is the question the ponders heavily on Ricky Hatton. Hatton retired from the sport, but then earlier this year announced he was making a comeback. Then things once again changed, and Hatton who has not ruled out a return, also has not made it official that he will indeed return.

Recently quoted in the media, Hatton admitted that he was cool with losing to both Floyd "Money" Mayweather and Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao, but admits that his hunger to return to the sport still isn't with him.

Quoted by Independent.co.uk, Hatton stated: "I don't mind getting beaten by Floyd Mayweather Jr, Manny Pacquiao and people like that, but I'd hate to go into a training camp with my heart not fully in it and risk getting beaten by somebody who shouldn't be beating me."

Hatton still isn't ruling out a comeback from retirement, however until he gets his hunger back (if he ever does) then and only then will he make a return. "Until that hunger comes back... that is when I will make my decision," stated Hatton.

During his career, Hatton proved to be an exciting fighter with a huge fan base and would entertain sellout crowds as well as demand a huge TV audience every time he fought. Should Hatton choose to comeback, I can only imagine that the fans will accept his return with open arms.

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