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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.

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