Start time, live stream and talkSPORT commentary – Hurricane promises ‘best performance yet’ on Anthony Joshua undercard

Campbell Hatton will be redeemable when he takes on Louis Fielding on Anthony Joshua’s undercard against Jermaine Franklin tonight.

The 22-year-old, who is the son of British boxing legend Ricky Hatton, will look to extend his 10-0 record (3 KOs) in his first eight-round bout.


Hatton fights for the second time in a month

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But “Hurricane” will still feel like it has a point to prove on the big stage after its last outing on an AJ card in London.

Hatton made his boxing arc almost exactly two years ago in March 2021, beating Jesus Ruiz on points on Alexander Povetkin’s undercard against Dillian Whyte II.

Just six months and two fights later, he was thrust into the spotlight against fellow actor Sonni Martinez at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

The general consensus among the fans after the fight was that Hatton had lost, but controversially referee Marcus McDonnell scored 58-57 in favor of the Briton.

Hatton heeded Chris Eubank Jr’s advice on punditry to forget about the big stage and instead seek to build his record at smaller shows.

The Mancunian’s next outing in December 2021 delivered his first knockout when he dropped Hungarian fighter Attila Csereklye in Spain.

Hatton has since had a very successful 2022 capped by four straight wins, the last of which was a devastating first-round knockout over Daniel Bartos in Abu Dhabi.

His last six rounds came in his win over Michel Gonxhe in Liverpool last month, with Hatton now ready to show off his improved skills when he returns to London.

Martinez thought he had won, like most observers

Ian Walton/Matchroom

Martinez thought he had won, like most observers

Hatton vs. Fielding: talkSPORT coverage

This eight-round lightweight bout will take place on Saturday, April 1.

It takes place at the O2 Arena in London, a venue where Hatton won before beating Joe Ducker last year.

The main undercard is scheduled to start at 7 p.m. and Hatton is expected to make his ringwalk around 7:45 p.m.

talkSPORT will have live coverage of the action, starting at 7.30pm on talkSPORT 2 before moving to talkSPORT from 9pm. will also launch a live blog.

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Hatton won three fights by stoppage during his fledgling career


Hatton won three fights by stoppage during his fledgling career

Hatton progresses as a young prospect

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Hatton progresses as a young prospect

Hatton vs Fielding: TV Channel and Live Stream

It will air live on DAZN with coverage starting at 7 p.m.

Fans can sign up to DAZN for just £9.99 a month to watch the fight live. More details here.

It can be streamed on or through the DAZN app.

DAZN subscribers who have an HD-capable Sky box can also sign up to watch the fight on DAZN 1 HD on channel 429 on Sky here.

Hatton vs. Fielding: Fight Card

Subject to change

  • Main event: Anthony Joshua vs. Jermaine Franklin
  • Fabio Wardley vs. Michael Polite Coffie
  • Galal Yafai vs. Moises Calleros
  • Austin Williams vs. River Wilson-Bent
  • Campbell Hatton vs. Louis Fielding
  • John Hedges vs. Daniel Bocianski
  • Jordan Flynn vs. Kane Barker
  • Juergen Uldedaj vs. Benoit Huber
  • Ziyad Almaayouf vs. Georgi Velichkov
  • Peter Kadiru vs. Alen Lauriolle

Ricky Hatton helped his son, Campbell, train

Ricky Hatton helped his son, Campbell, train

Hatton vs Fielding: What was said?

Speaking at the undercard press conference, Hatton said: “It’s basically instant rotation, which is exactly what we want!

“We’re showing improvement every time we’re on the eight rounds and that’s going to bring out the best in me.

“I think I will be much better on long fights because all my mistakes happen when I rush things and having a few extra rounds is just going to benefit me.

“So I think we’re going to see the best performance yet this weekend.”

Showdown Saturday on talkSPORT

On Saturday April 1, it all starts on talkSPORT.

12:30 p.m.: Start of the day, Man City welcome Liverpool in a key Premier League game.

3 p.m.: Crystal Palace v Leicester sees the return of Roy Hodgson to the Selhurst Park dugout.

7 p.m.: Preparation begins for the heavyweight showdown between Anthony Joshua and Jermaine Franklin as AJ begins his journey to the top.

What. A day.

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