Quigg vs Munroe rickshaw race

In stage 1 of Hatton Promotion’s massive ‘Road To Glory’ bill the main protagonists face off in a rickshaw race. Scott Quigg and Rendall Munroe went head to head on the cycle cabs at the Manchester press conference for their June 16 showdown but will the speed of the victor tell on fight night?

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Hatton: ‘I made millions for Sky, look how they repaid me’

Ricky Hatton has criticised Sky Sports for not renewing their deal with Hatton Promotions and vowed to give his talent stacked stable a new television home after their split from the broadcaster.

The boxing world was shocked when the television network decided not to give the European Promoters of the Year any further dates after their Manchester Velodrome super show on Saturday June 16.

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Hatton Promotions announce 'Road To Glory' bill

Hatton Promotions officially announced their biggest show to date yesterday featuring the vacant WBA interim super-bantamweight title fight between Scott Quigg and Rendall Munroe on June 16 at the Manchester Velodrome.

As well as being topped by one of the biggest domestic clashes this year, the bill titled ‘Road To Glory’ is packed with four exciting title fights and will be broadcasted live by Sky Sports.

Munroe vs Quigg set for June 16

Hatton Promotions have announced that world title challenger Rendall Munroe and British super-bantamweight champion Scott Quigg will face off for the WBA interim title at the Manchester Veledrome on Saturday 16 June.

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Ringside Round-Up: Frampton delivers brutal KO

Carl Frampton sent out a chilling warning to his rivals with a stunning seventh round knockout of Kris Hughes as he defended his Commonwealth super-bantamweight title at York Hall, Bethnal Green.

Frampton’s unbeaten run reaches 12 fights and now his attention can turn to future showdowns – with a St Patrick’s Day date in New York City and fights with Scott Quigg and Kiko Martinez looking very likely.

Murray: ‘Matchroom don’t want to put Barker in with me’

Middleweight contender Martin Murray has revealed that he would love a domestic dust up with fellow title contender Darren Barker but believes the Londoner’s promotion team is not serious about making it happen.

Hatton Promotions put on show in Kazakhstan

Manchester-based Hatton Promotions have announced they will be branching out into Kazakhstan with a co-promoted show in the Central Asian country featuring their new signing Zhanat Zhakiyanov.

The co-promotion with local promoter Yerik Jailauov, will see External European Union (EBU-EE) bantamweight champion Zhakiyanov box a ten rounder against Thailand's former WBC international silver champion Noppadol Khongchana.

Burns to face Paulus Moses on March 10

Scottish hero Ricky Burns will take on former world champion Paulus Moses in his homecoming fight at the Braehead Arena on March 10, live on BoxNation (Sky Ch. 456 / Virgin Ch. 546).

Burns was strongly linked to an all-British clash with Anthony Crolla, but the failure of Frank Warren and Hatton Promotions to agree terms has forced the Scotsman to look as far afield as Africa for his next challenge.

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Micky Cantwell opens gym with help of Ricky Hatton

Boxing Futures patron Micky Cantwell can now add gym owner to his CV after opening Cantwell's Gym in Bromley this week. Run by his son and amateur boxer Sam, Cantwell's Gym offers walk-in sessions for anyone in the local area, as well as running a programme alongside Charlton Athletic Football Club’s Community Trust to help youngsters who are caught up in crime. And Brit boxing legend Ricky Hatton was on hand to officially open its doors for business.

10-Count Quiz: Martin Murray

There’s an old saying about opportunity that when it knocks a man still has to get up off his seat to open the door. When opportunity came knocking for British and Commonwealth middleweight champion Martin Murray, he was already waiting on the front porch.