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From The Telegraph: Hatton says therapist supports comeback
Ricky Hatton, who returns to the ring on Saturday to face Vyacheslav Senchenko after battling addiction and depression during a three-year absence, told Telegraph Sport that boxing became his 'therapy' to escape drugs, drink and suicidal thoughts.
Ricky Hatton believes that all he achieved in a 47-fight career yielding five world titles – including contests against modern greats Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. – was wiped out in three years of depression, boozing and suicidal tendencies. Yet Hatton reveals to Telegraph Sport that his therapist, whom he has on speed dial, supported his boxing comeback.
Gareth A Davies, boxing correspondent for Telegraph Sport, has this exclusive report: