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Ring legend Ricky Hatton says he was at rock bottom when Ryan Burnett left him – but now he’s on top of the world and planning to stay there.

Burnett has gone on to win the IBF bantamweight title after quitting Hatton’s gym and linking up with Adam Booth.

The 25 year old makes his first world-title defence against WBA Super champion Zhanat Zhakiyanov in home city Belfast on Saturday, October 21 – and Hatton will be in the opposite corner.

Zhakiyanov became the first world champion Hatton has trained when he outpointed Rau’shee Warren in America in February – and ‘The Hitman’ says he understands why he never got the chance to take Burnett all the way to the top.

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