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2006-05-13 [[Ricky Hatton]] w pts 12 [[Luis Collazo]], TD Bank North Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA - WBA. Referee: John Zablocki. Scorecards: 115-112, 115-112, 114-113. Vacant title fight.  
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2006-05-13 [[Ricky Hatton]] w pts 12 [[Luis Collazo]], TD Bank North Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA - WBA. Referee: John Zablocki. Scorecards: 115-112, 115-112, 114-113. Collazo was making his first defence of the title that was handed to him after [[Zab Judah]] had been stripped.  
  
 
Hatton relinquished the title on 31 August rather than defend against the mandatory challenger, [[Oktay Urkal]]. Following that decision it was decided that [[Miguel Cotto]] would meet [[Carlos Quintana]] for the vacant title, with the winner making his first defence against Urkal.   
 
Hatton relinquished the title on 31 August rather than defend against the mandatory challenger, [[Oktay Urkal]]. Following that decision it was decided that [[Miguel Cotto]] would meet [[Carlos Quintana]] for the vacant title, with the winner making his first defence against Urkal.   

Latest revision as of 11:33, 20 February 2013

2006-05-13 Ricky Hatton w pts 12 Luis Collazo, TD Bank North Garden, Boston, Massachusetts, USA - WBA. Referee: John Zablocki. Scorecards: 115-112, 115-112, 114-113. Collazo was making his first defence of the title that was handed to him after Zab Judah had been stripped.

Hatton relinquished the title on 31 August rather than defend against the mandatory challenger, Oktay Urkal. Following that decision it was decided that Miguel Cotto would meet Carlos Quintana for the vacant title, with the winner making his first defence against Urkal.