The superfight of 2009 is going to be about to leap off this Saturday when Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton trade leather to its 140 Lb. Ring Championship. Hatton, 45-1, 32 KO’s, is undefeated at Jr. welterweight and will be defending his crown from the 1 pound-4-pound fighter active at Manny Pacquiao, 48-3-2, 36 KO’s. The struggle behind the battle will be one of the trainers of both combatants. Freddie Roach is the longtime trainer of Pacquiao while Floyd Mayweather Sr. will be functioning with Hatton for just the second time. The victor will have lots of bragging rights, and these trainers Both are considered some of their best in boxing and respect in their area. The fight odds are stacked with Pacquiao listed as a -295 moneyline favorite.
Pacquiao is a physical specimen that has been gifted enough to battle with four different weight classes. The southpaw Pacquiao has elite handspeed, power, footwork and endurance. The offensive minded puncher Pacquiao has refined his boxing skills and looked unbeatable. Pacquiao has a jab, combinations that are flowing and brutal bodypunches. The boxing gambling odds OVER\UNDER for the Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton fight is at 9.5 Rounds with all the OVER in -140.
The fun is a competitive bodypuncher that’s one of the greatest in-fighters in boxing. The stockily built Hatton mauls opponents . Equipped with a left jab and a large volume assault, his opponents are ground by Hatton down. Ricky looked very impressive in his first fight with Mayweather Sr. when he defeat slickster Paulie Malignaggi.
Is Hatton slick enough on defense to avoid being ripped by Pacquiao mixes? Will the smaller framed Pacquiao have the ability to manage himself against Hatton from the trenches? Does Hatton have enough of a chin to consume the grenades that Pacquiao launches? Manny Pacquiao is given a probability of beating Ricky Hatton by the boxing.