Campbell Hatton, son of British boxing icon Ricky, is about to contest simply his second skilled battle this weekend.
The 19-year-old made his bow on the undercard to Dillian Whyte’s win over Alexander Povetkin in Gibraltar in March.
The super-featherweight, who has been skilled by his uncle and former world title challenger Matthew Hatton, beat journeyman Jesus Ruiz to get his profession up and working.
There was loads of strain on the teenager on account of his well-known identify and he emulated his dad’s iconic physique assaults in a good show.
The teenager will now need to construct on that win as he will get again underneath the lights this weekend on the undercard to Derek Chisora vs Joseph Parker.
He’ll tackle 0-4 23-year-old Levi Dunn and can need to placed on a present in his hometown of Manchester.
Campbell Hatton battle: Date and time
This four-round tremendous featherweight bout is scheduled for Saturday, Could 1 and will happen on the Manchester Area.
Hatton’s battle will likely be among the many opening bouts on the cardboard and so is slated for round 6:30pm. The working order on the evening might change.
Katie Taylor v Natasha Jonas, Dmitry Bivol v Craig Richards and Chris Eubank Jr v Marcus Morrison will observe earlier than the primary occasion.
The evening’s motion will likely be proven on Sky Sports activities Field Workplace from 6pm at a price of £19.95.
You possibly can stream the battle stay by way of the Sky Sports activities Field Workplace App on cell units and on-line.
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Campbell Hatton battle: Undercard
Topic to alter
- MAIN EVENT: Derek Chisora v Joseph Parker
- CO-MAIN EVENT: Katie Taylor v Natasha Jonas – for WBA, WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring feminine light-weight title
- Dmitry Bivol v Craig Richards – for WBA (Tremendous) light-heavyweight title
- Chris Eubank Jr v Marcus Morrison
- James Tennyson v Jovanni Straffon – for vacant IBO light-weight title
- Campbell Hatton v Levi Dunn
- Scott Fitzgerald v Gregory Trenel
Campbell Hatton battle: What has been mentioned?
Campbell Hatton informed talkSPORT: “I loved each minute of my debut however when it comes to my precise efficiency I used to be a bit disillusioned.
“I used to be a bit over-eager and making an attempt a bit too exhausting to impress. I used to be determined to get that knockout.
“It’s one of many oldest sayings in boxing, however while you go in search of the knockout it by no means comes.
“Going ahead, I’m relaxed now and the strain is off. And I feel we’ll see a distinct Campbell Hatton this weekend.”
On his legendary dad’s affect, Hatton added: “He provides me a great deal of recommendation, he’s been there and accomplished it himself.”
“I’ve accomplished fairly a little bit of sparring down at his gymnasium as nicely.
“I’m similar to my dad so it’s good to select up bits of his data.”