Son of Manchester’s two-weight World Champion Ricky Hatton, Campbell signed a multi-fight promotional deal with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom Boxing in December 2020 and made his professional debut in 2021.
Under the guidance of his uncle Matthew, a former World Title challenger, the 22-year-old Manchester City fanatic featured on some huge cards in his maiden year in the paid ranks.
Continuing to learn on the job, Campbell scored his first stoppage victory on away soil in Bilbao to end 2021 and produced a trademark Hatton body shot to fold Denis Bartos inside one round in his final outing of 2022.
Hatton moved to 10-0 with a six-round points decision win over Michel Gonxhe in Liverpool in March and was out just three weeks later on the undercard of Anthony Joshua-Jermaine Franklin at the O2. In his first scheduled eight-rounder, the Hurricane picked up the quickest win of his career to date as a trademark Hatton body shot collapsed Louis Fielding midway through the first round.
The Hurricane earned a fifth round stoppage over Michal Bulik on the undercard of Mauricio Lara and Leigh Wood's rematch in Manchester in May 2023, before comfortably out-pointing Tom Ansell over eight rounds on the undercard of Anthony Joshua-Robert Helenius in August.
Hatton made his fifth and final outing of 2023 on the undercard of Jack Catterall-Jorge Linares in October 2023. In a tough fight against tall southpaw Jamie Sampson, Hatton eventually picked up the win via last round disqualification after Sampson continued to hold after prior warnings from the referee.