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RingTv image Ricky Hatton breaks down Amir Khan versus Luis Collazo

Ricky Hatton breaks down Amir Khan versus Luis Collazo

The Amir Khan-Luis Collazo welterweight fight promises to be an entertaining and competitive attraction on Saturday. The chief support to the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Marcos Maidana fight has divided opinion, but former champ Ricky Hatton is better suited than most to analyze it.

RingTv image Scott Quigg batters Tshifhuwa Munyai in two

Scott Quigg batters Tshifhuwa Munyai in two

British junior featherweight ace Scott Quigg swept aside late replacement Tshifhuwa Munyai in two rounds at the Manchester Arena in England on Saturday. “I wanted to make a statement and I promised that you would see the best of me,” said Quigg.

RingTv image Scott Quigg: “My best beats anyone else’s best”

Scott Quigg: “My best beats anyone else’s best”

Unbeaten junior featherweight standout Scott Quigg is focused on late-substitute Tshifhiwa Munyai, who he faces in Manchester, England, on Saturday, but he’s looking for showdowns with titleholders Leo Santa Cruz and Kiko Martinez, and fellow British star Carl Frampton.

RingTv image Carl Frampton dismisses Hugo Cazares in two

Carl Frampton dismisses Hugo Cazares in two

Junior featherweight sensation Carl Frampton easily swept aside Mexican veteran Hugo Cazares with a second-round knockout in Belfast on Friday, kicking open the door to a lucrative world title shot later this year.

RingTv image Best I’ve Faced: Joe Bugner

Best I’ve Faced: Joe Bugner

Former heavyweight title challenger Joe Bugner was never embraced by the British media of his day but the 1970s-era contender is one of the best big men to represent the UK. Bugner – who was competitive with Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier – spoke to RingTV.com about the best he faced.

RingTv image Best I’ve Faced: George Chuvalo

Best I’ve Faced: George Chuvalo

George Chuvalo, the perennial 1960s and ‘70s heavyweight contender who fought Muhammad Ali, Joe Frazier, George Foreman, among other hall of famers, reminisced about the best fighters he faced with detailed memory and insurmountable pride with RingTV.com

RingTv image Terence Crawford proves himself by outpointing Ricky Burns

Terence Crawford proves himself by outpointing Ricky Burns

Unbeaten American Terence Crawford lived up to the hype by wrenching the WBO lightweight title from Ricky Burns’ grasp in Glasgow on Saturday, firmly announcing his arrival on the world stage with a unanimous decision. The official scores were 116-112 twice and 117-110.