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The atmosphere generated at the final head-to-head between Floyd Mayweather and Ricky Hatton is still legendary.
The super-fight billed as 'Undefeated' reached fever pitch when Mayweather and Hatton faced off for the final time before meeting inside the ring for the coveted WBC and The Ring welterweight world titles.
Hatton weighed inside the welterweight limit, tipping the scales at 145lbs while Mayweather weighed in at 147lbs and was met with a chorus of boos.
Hatton's loyal army flocked in their droves to Las Vegas with his fans belting out the famous 'There's only one Ricky Hatton' song while targeting the brash American.
The pair of fighters then engaged in a heated staredown as they went nose-to-nose in an intense moment, in front of an energetic crowd.
The final head to head between Ricky Hatton and Floyd Mayweather was as good as it gets!- Against The Ropes (@ATRboxinguk) March 16, 2020
What an atmosphere :fire: pic.twitter.com/dqJ7ykLUEX
Mayweather went onto stop Hatton in the 10th round to defend his titles and during a recent U.K tour, the ex-pound-for-pound king spoke about his former foe.
"What's the song y'all sang? Give me the song," he asked. "Man, I loved the crowd. I loved when the UK crowd came over and sung the song. It was remarkable, unbelievable.
"But when it comes down to it, it comes down to the two competitors.
"Heart, that kid got heart... But I don't care how many punches a fighter throws at me. You can throw a handful of confetti at me, I got the best defence.
"Ricky Hatton is a warrior, I've had more experience with bigger fighters, stronger fighters, faster fighters, but Ricky Hatton is no pushover. One thing about him, he'll fight anybody."
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