Campbell Hatton made it two wins out of two as he beat Levi Dunn on Saturday evening.
The son of legendary Mancunian Ricky Hatton loved his first battle at his father’s outdated dwelling – the Manchester Area.
He additionally made an emotional ring stroll as his dad watched on from ringside, popping out to Man City anthem ‘Blue Moon’.
The four-rounder started at a quick tempo with Hatton focusing on his opponent’s physique.
He appeared much more composed within the opener than for his professional debut 5 weeks prior.
On that evening nervous vitality clearly acquired the higher of the teen and his efficiency was affected in consequence.
In spherical two, Hatton appeared to stagger Dunn on a few events.
The bout was scrappy at occasions with the 20-year-old nonetheless clearly inexperienced.
Dunn touched the canvas initially of the third spherical seemingly as a mixture of punches and a push from Hatton.
The appropriately referee opted to not rule a knockdown.
Dunn put up a superb battle for the complete 4 rounds, however was in the end outclassed by Hatton.
The ultimate session allowed Campbell to see out his victory.
Referee Steve Grey scored the competition 40-36, which means Hatton received each spherical.
He mentioned in his post-fight interview: “It was evening and day [compared to my debut].
“I went on the market extra relaxed, bit extra composure and utilizing my mind much more.
“It was bizarre [with no fans] to be sincere, there was solely 500 in Gibraltar.
“I would love there to be followers, but it surely’s in all probability what’s finest for me – retains me extra relaxed and composed.”