Nov 23, 2012 · Ricky Hatton on how boxing became his ‘therapy’ to escape drugs, drink and suicidal thoughts Exclusive interview: Ricky Hatton believes that all …
FORMER boxing star Ricky, 39, spoke out about his mental heath problems and suicidal thoughts in touching interview on Loose Women. He said: ‘What I’ve learnt now is don’t be scared of keeping it in’.
Ricky Hatton reveals he was on the brink of suicide after his ‘shock’ defeat to Floyd Mayweather saw him spiral into drink and drugs. Boxer Ricky Hatton opened up on his battle with alcoholism and
In his BBC interview Ricky talks about the aftermath of this as he realises the scale of his problems. ‘For someone in my position taking drugs one is nothing short of disgraceful. The reason behind my actions and the way I was behaving wasn’t a drink and drugs thing, it was depression,’ Hatton said.
Ricky Hatton has revealed how his life became enveloped by drink and drugs – and that he came to the brink of suicide several times.
Former British world champion boxer Ricky Hatton revealed Thursday how he contemplated suicide after being knocked out by superstar Manny Pacquiao in a Las Vegas title fight. The «Hitman» told the
Ricky Hatton has spoken of how he “used to go to the pub, come back, take the knife out and sit there in the dark crying hysterically” whilst in the grip of depression.
Hatton admitted there was a huge gap in his life after retiring from a career that saw him take on the likes of Floyd Mayweather Jr and Manny Pacquiao in front of his army of supporters in Las Vegas.
Mum fears her boxing champ son Ricky Hatton is an alcoholic BOXING legend Ricky Hatton’s mum is in despair, fearing he is on the road to ruin. And she hinted …
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English boxing icon Ricky Hatton has become a sad case indeed. After being pushed from boxing’s upper tier by Manny Pacquiao in 2009, courtesy of one of the most brutal knockouts in the sport
Former light-welterweight champion Ricky Hatton says he slipped into depression and considered suicide while trying to come to grips with his loss to Manny Pacquiao in May 2009.
Having seen the grisly hazards of boxing in close-up, Graham is philosophical about Hatton’s ballooning in weight between fights. «Ricky is an absolute workhorse in the gym and a hard-living kid