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“There are only two Ricky Hattons, two Ricky Hattons . . . “

Fans at North Solihull Leisure Centre on Sunday 29th of October afternoon saw someone who looked very much like ‘The Hitman.’   

His name was Campbell Hatton – and he has boxing in his DNA.

Father Ricky and uncle Matthew were both there on Sunday to watch the 17 year old win the Junior Development Class B title at 60kgs.

The championship is open to junior boxers – aged under 18 – who have had 20 bouts or fewer.

Hatton won the title – and won it well.

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