Gold VIP Ticket - Backstage pass for Ricky Hatton show in Liverpool

GOLD VIP ticket to see "An Evening with Ricky Hatton & Frank Bruno at the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on January 14th 2010. Enjoy a pre-show buffet, front row seats, go backstage to chat briefly with Ricky, have a signed photo with him and get your own additional autographs as well personal photographs of the day you visited the Hitman in his dressing room! Maximum of TEN GOLD VIP TICKETS ONLY!
Product code: A1558
Product categories: Boxing, Ricky Hatton
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GOLD VIP Ticket GOLD VIP ticket holders will enjoy a pre-show buffet, front row seats, go backstage to chat briefly with Ricky, have a signed photo with him and get your own additional autographs as well personal photographs of the day you visited the Hitman in his dressing room! Maximum of TEN GOLD VIP TICKETS ONLY! The Stars of the Show One the best British fighters of all time, Ricky Hatton is universally regarded as one of the best pound-for-pound boxers in the world and his all-action style has earned him a huge fan base in his native Manchester and far beyond. Nicknamed 'The Hitman' after Canadian wrestler Bret Hart, Hatton made a spectacular professional debut in 1997, knocking out Colin McAuley in the first round and his career has gone from strength to strength ever since. Famed for his fierce body shots, the Mancunian's greatest victory to date came against Australian Kostya Tszyu when the two fighters met to contest the IBF light welterweight crown in 2005. Tszyu was the defending champion and hot favourite but a sensational performance from Hatton saw The Hitman dethrone the Australian when he failed to come out for the 12th round. Hatton stepped up to welterweight in 2006 when he fought American Luis Collazo and took the WBA crown on points after a gruelling fight. He moved back to light welterweight in 2007 when he faced highly-rated Colombian Juan Urango and his points victory saw him recapture the unified IBF and IBO titles. His first and only professional defeat came later the same year when he was stopped in the 10th round by Floyd Mayweather Jnr in a welterweight world title fight in Las Vegas but Hatton remains one of the boxing world's most successful and popular fighters. At the height of his powers, Frank Bruno was the most popular sportsmen in the country and to this day the former world heavyweight champion remains a national icon. Born in London in 1961, Bruno turned professional in 1980 and 21 consecutive wins by knockout quickly earned him a reputation as one of boxing's most entertaining and explosive fighters and it was not long before he had his first shot at a world title. In 1986 he challenged American Tim Witherspoon for the WBA title but despite leading the contest on all three judges' cards, he was knocked down in the eleventh round. His second chance came three years later against Mike Tyson and although he was eventually stopped in the fifth, Bruno won a legion of new fans with a juddering left hook in the first round that visibly rocked Tyson and gave the Londoner brief hope of pulling of a sensational shock. Bruno refused to give up on his dream of winning a world title and nine years after his clash with Witherspoon, the dream was realised. Bruno faced American Oliver McCall for the WDC belt and after 12 gruelling rounds that tested the stamina of both fighters to the limit, Bruno emerged the victor on points. He was finally a world heavyweight champion. His reign was to last for only one more fight as Tyson claimed the belt in Glasgow the following year. It was to be Bruno's last professional bout and he duly retired in 1996 with a proud record of 40 victories from 45 fights, 38 of those 40 wins coming by knockout.

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Product type Show tickets
Show Date Thursday, 14 January 2010
Show Time No
Show Venue Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, L1 9BP
Show Main Guest Frank Bruno, Ricky Hatton
Show Special Guests No
Limited Tickets 10
Ticket Level Gold VIP
Product code A1558

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