Campbell Hatton on why his boxing career was bound to happen and stepping out of dad Ricky’s shadow

If you spend long enough in a certain environment, eventually it becomes second nature. 

Growing up in a family like the Hattons means lacing up your boxing gloves is an almost unavoidable fate, but one that Campbell – the son of former two-division world champion Ricky – has taken with both hands.

This weekend Campbell is looking to extend his professional record to eight straight wins against Michal Dufek at the Sheffield Arena on the undercard of Dalton Smith vs Sam O’Maison – though it hasn’t been as plain sailing as it appears on paper. 

Following in the footsteps of someone as legendary as Campbell’s father was always going to bring heaps of pressure on him before he even stepped inside a ring and the 21-year-old is still learning the ropes after one or two results went his way…

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