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LOVEMORE "Black Panther" Ndou has promised to cut Matthew Hatton down to size tonight when he defends the IBO welterweight belt against the Briton at Stoke-on-Trent, England.
Speaking through Golden Gloves, Ndou said: "Matthew Hatton isn't my prime objective, however it's his older brother Ricky that I want most and perhaps after seeing me bust up his sibling, he'll begrudgingly agree to come out of retirement and fight me in South Africa next year."
The well-spoken Ndou, who lives in Australia, boldly told Sowetan that he would expose Hatton as "a donkey".
"If you are running a stable of racehorses and you keep a donkey and you keep feeding it carrots, eventually that donkey thinks it is a racehorse. It's only when you put it on a racetrack that it gets exposed."
Ndou, the former IBF junior welterweight champion, won the IBO belt in July by defeating Phillip Ndou at Emperors Palace in his first fight in South Africa since he moved to Australia 14 years ago.
The battle-scarred warrior boasts 27 wins (31 KOs), 11 losses and a draw. Lovemore has fought dogs of war including Sharmba Mitchell, Miguel Angel Cotto and Paul Malignaggi.
Hatton, 28, earned the right to challenge Ndou after stopping Ted Bami in six rounds in March.
He will need more than home advantage to unseat the 38-year-old champion whose corner will be manned by vastly experienced trainer Harold Volbrecht. Hatton has 37 victories (14 KOs), four defeats and a draw.
It was announced that this fight will be televised live by SuperSport after the rugby match between South Africa and France.
Meanwhile, Cotto will defend his WBO welterweight title against Manny Pacquiao at MGM Grand in Las Vegas tomorrow night.
The winner could end up in the ring with Floyd "Money" Mayweather next year.