Campbell hatton, the 19-year-old son of the legendary boxer from Manchester, Ricky hatton, will make his professional debut this March 27 at super featherweight.
The young boxer will be on the billboard for the rematch of Dillian whyte vs Alexander Povetkin What will be celebrated in Gibraltar.
Hatton jr will face Jesus Ruiz, and it should be noted that he has been trained by his uncle, Matthew hatton, a former world title challenger.
“He has a lot of pressure on his shoulders, a lot to accomplish, and I am very, very proud of him and the preparation he has had, but it is a lot of pressure on the shoulders of this little man,” his father told Sky Sports.
Campbell does not deny Ricky Hatton’s legacy
The fledgling boxer, who is being carried commercially by the management team of Anthony JoshuaYou know what it takes to be the son of a former sports star, as was your father.
“I am not trying to get away from my name because I am proud of who I am and proud of what my father and Matthew have made. With good performances and hard work, people will start to see Campbell hatton and not the son of Ricky “He told Inews.
Blue Moon Rising, the documentary
Similarly, the documentary called Blue Moon Rising, where the story of Campbell, of how his love for sports began from a very young age, since his father took him everywhere he fought.
There are several testimonies about the quality he has, about the dreams he wants to achieve, but above all about not wanting to be the shadow of his father.
And from now on, the young boxer wants to make his own career to stop being the son of Ricky hatton.
– Campbell Hatton (@CampbellHatton) March 23, 2021