Ricky Hatton speaks out on Floyd Mayweather Jr and more
By John Benz (Mar 25, 2009) Doghouse Boxing        
Ricky Hatton who takes on Manny Pacquiao in Las Vegas this coming May 2nd, says he has three fights left before he calls it quits. If all goes according to his plans, the three fights will be against Pacquiao, then Juan Manuel Marquez and finally Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Quoted by Carl Markham for Sporting Life, Hatton discussed his fight plans which ultimately should get him to a rematch with Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Hatton stated in regards to his final fight plans: "I would like to finish the year off fighting Juan Manuel Marquez - he's number two in the pound-for-pound ratings - and in doing that and establishing myself as number one I'd like to think I'd get a rematch with Mayweather."

Hatton went on to add that those three fights will get him to the end of his career. "Those three fights will see me to the end of my career. But I can't look at Marquez or Mayweather yet as I'm fighting Pacquiao," said Hatton.

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