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Boxing fans will be able to watch Ricky Hatton's eagerly-awaited comeback fight over a range of broadband-TV platforms.

The Manchester welterweight returns to the ring against Ukrainian Vyacheslav Senchenko on November 24th following a troubled three-year retirement.

Primetime, the exclusive broadcast partner for the bout, will offer pay-per-view access to Sky and Virgin On-Demand customers.

And in addition, TalkTalk is giving its YouView customers the chance to see the 'The Hitman' in action for free.

Viewers will also be able to watch an undercard including the likes of Rendall Munroe, Scott Quigg, Sergey Rabchenko and Martin Murray - who has a world title fight against Venezuelan Jorge Navarro.

Hatton said: "I'm humbled to have the best fans in world boxing and this way, more than ever will be able to watch my comeback.

"Primetime and ourselves have ensured this will be available to everyone and I thank every single one of my fans individually."

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