Originally Posted by danno
Yeah, he's kidding. We were all kidding. I would've stopped my asinine rambling much sooner if people actually read my posts and weren't just looking for an argument.
Yup, I'm tuggin tails.
oooo thats a new one I just thought up "tuggin tails"...don't steal it, or else.
i just hadn't seen many of your posts and wasn't sure if you'd say something like that for realz.
I remember after pacquiao knocked him out they had footage of him on TMZ. He was sitting there drinking and he looked so fucking depressed.
If you can't fight, Drink
So for the cost of a couple of months in training fees I can buy a bottle of Synthol & never lose a round again???
By coincidence an awful lot of people who get Drunk, think they can fight...especially on Saturday nights...
Originally Posted by CLEANSHIGH
Good old Fuckwit Friday. You gotta love it.
Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon
And yeah. I am stupid I thought people were being serious.
(I get by on my looks)
And it looks like Hatton won't be getting knocked out in the ring again. His licence has been withdrawn:
Hatton's licence withdrawn
(UKPA) – 4 hours ago
Former world champion Ricky Hatton has had his boxer's licence withdrawn by the British Boxing Board of Control.
The 31-year-old, who is to be investigated by police over allegations he snorted cocaine in a hotel room, was admitted to a rehabilitation clinic 10 days ago.
Hatton was also fined £20,000 and had his manager's and second's licences revoked, but the BBBofC saw no benefit in withdrawing his promoter's licence.
A BBBofC statement read: "Mr Ricky Hatton MBE was legally represented at a hearing held by the stewards of the British Boxing Board of Control on Wednesday, 22nd September 2010 to answer charges of bringing boxing into disrepute arising out of incidents of alcohol and drug abuse by him which had been reported widely across the media.
"The board is especially concerned to keep the sport of boxing free from drugs, whether taken for recreational or performance-enhancing reasons, and to be vigilant in identifying and dealing with cases of alcohol abuse.
"At the hearing, the board found Ricky Hatton guilty of misconduct in that his actions and behaviour were detrimental to the interests of boxing and to the public interest, and that he had brought the sport into disrepute.
"Ricky Hatton is not an active boxer and his current physical condition is such that the Board decided to withdraw his boxer's licence."
The statement continued: "Ricky Hatton's manager's and second's licences allow him to have close, day-to-day contact with participants in the sport and the board has taken the view that his conduct and present circumstances make such contact wholly inappropriate. Consequently, the board has decided to withdraw such licences.
"The board gave long and hard consideration as to whether or not to withdraw or suspend his promoter's licence. Having considered all the circumstances, in particular the role of promoter as opposed to that of manager or second, the fact that Hatton Promotions is a large organisation employing a number of experienced individuals in varying roles, including professional persons, and the effect upon innocent persons, including professional boxers, the board concluded that justice would not be served by withdrawing his promoter's licence.
"Therefore, his promoter's licence remains. In addition, Mr Hatton was fined £20,000 plus costs."
Shame, but it didn't look like he was coming back.
will he be the next Mike tyson
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