energie Fitness will be located at the back entrance of the Queensgate Centre above the coach station and opposite the train station, bringing a modern fit-out complete with new equipment and facilities.
You can look forward to a jam-packed timetable of classes. energie Fitness will also feature ‘thé YARD Club Edition’. Designed as a functional training space to offer high-intensity, all-inclusive classes. Thé YARD Club Edition incorporates Hatton boxing equipment, suspension trainers, slam balls and more for full-body training.
Like the sound of us?! Then why not pop down to our Pre-Sales Suite in Rivergate where we can give you a Virtual tour of our new facility and get you signed up before our price increase! Why wait?? If you can't get down to see us, just give us a call on 01733 595995 Or visit us online at www.energiefitnesspeterborough.com
#TBT#ONTHISDAY RICKY HATTON W12 JUAN LAZCANO 24TH MAY 2008
After coming off his first career loss to Floyd Mayweather, Ricky Hatton had his comeback fight in Manchester against Light Welterweight contender Juan Lazcano. The fight took place at the Etihad stadium in front of 55,000 fans - a post war record until Carl Froch fought George Groves at Wembley
There was talk Hatton was on the slide following the defeat to Mayweather, he won this fight via comfortable decision on the cards but it didn’t completely explain the pattern of the fight - Hatton was rocked badly in the 8th and 10th and most people had the fight a lot closer then the judges
Hatton had 3 fights since then, after defeating Paulie Malignaggi he lost to Pacquiao in 2009 and Senchenko in 2012. Despite this, Ricky Hatton will go down as one of the great British fighters of our time and easily one of the most popular
🇵🇭🇬🇧Manny Pacquiao vs Ricky Hatton was billed as The Battle of East and West and both were fighting for The Ring magazine light welterweight championship. The bout was held on 2nd May 2009 at the MGM Grand Las Vegas, Nevada 🇺🇸 Ricky Hatton was knocked down by Pacquiao twice during the first round and KO’d in the second round. The Pacquiao win made him one of only two boxers (the other being Oscar De La Hoya) to win six world titles in six different weight divisions at that time and Pacquiao went onto to win his seventh world title in seven weight division on 14th November 2009 against Miguel Cotto 🥊💥