How much is ricky hatton worth

Ricky Hatton continues to manage himself. His dad Ray is his business adviser. ‘I don’t make a move without my dad saying,’ Hatton says. ‘When I first turned professional, I went to work for my dad. I was carpet fitting, and I was earning £150 to 200 a week. Then I turned pro at 18, and all of a sudden I was earning £3,000 (213,000 pesos) a fight. I had nine fights in my first year, so that’s not a bad living for an 18-year-old.


‘It didn’t go to my head, but like any youngster I went and pissed it all up against the wall. When my tax bill came in, my accountant said, “What have you got in the bank?” and I said, “Nothing, I’m overdrawn.” He said, “Well, you owe seven grand tax.” So then my dad came along and handled my money and finances and it’s been the best thing I’ve ever done. I’m not really very good with money.’

Hatton is said to be worth £12 million (855,688,420 pesos), but there is little of conspicuous consumption around him. ‘I have a nice house – but not mega-flash – nice cars, I have a box at Manchester City. Away from the gym. I go out for a pint, I play darts for the local pub team, I spend time with my son, that’s the most important thing.’

Ricky Hatton is set to earn £25 million (1,782,684,209 that’s 1.7 billion pesos) from his two fights against Paulie Malignaggi and Manny Pacquiao, and will then retire.

He has bought a holiday home in Tenerife and a yellow three-wheeled Reliant Regal van driven by Del Boy and Rodney in Only Fools and Horses. ‘I’ve got it in my back garden. I tootle around in it from time to time. I’ve got a bit of a daft streak.’

He has a $6 million guaranteed plus percentage of 850,000 US pay-per-view buys and 1.4 Million UK PPV buys vs Mayweather.

He sold 55,000 tickets vs Lazcano, making it the largest live gate in the history of British boxing.

Regularly shows up at TV shows, comedy clubs, and events. Has a habit of binging on alcohol beverage. Supports and donates at charity events. Has biographical DVD.

source: Showbiztalk

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