RICKY HATTON has been filmed drunkenly stumbling to the floor with his shirt over his head on a night out in Tenerife.
The former light-welterweight and welterweight world champion, 40, danced to the 1983 hit All Night Long by Lionel Richie.
Other holidaymakers at the pub can be seen taking pictures and videos of the boxer falling to the floor.
When he stands back up, someone pulls Ricky's shirt down and he continues dancing.
The video, which has been shared extensively online, was believed to have taken over the weekend at the Dubliner Irish Pub in Tenerife.
Many online expressed their concern for the British boxing legend's health.
One said: "Just seen a video of Ricky Hatton ... what a fall from grace for such a great champion .... sad."
Another commented: "All jokes aside I hope Ricky Hatton gets some help, he clearly needs it & is a bit shit to see how far he's fallen."
One added: "Doesn’t look good, even worse that people straight out with phones. We love to hit people when they’re down for some reason."
The video emerged as it was revealed he has finally ended his nine-year feud with his parents.
And the Hitman has opened up on the crushing lows of his career, which included trying to take his own life after his 2007 defeat to Floyd Mayweather.
British boxing legend Hatton, 40, had a massive bust-up with dad Ray and mum Carol nearly a decade ago over money.
That led to a car-park punch up with his father in which Hatton - who ended up clocking his dad with a left to end the fight - said he walked away "in bits".
But it was another heartbreaking moment that ended with Hatton extending an olive branch to his parents.
They eventually made up on a night out at Manchester restaurant San Carlo in February, with Hatton, alongside girlfriend Charlie, posing for a photo with his mum and dad.
Hatton told the Manchester Evening News: "Ultimately when I fell out with my parents, I hit rock bottom. I didn't care whether I lived or died to be honest with you.
"A few of my school friends are the same age as me, their parents were having heart attacks and I was going to their funerals.
"And I thought to myself 'I'm 40 now, I'm at an age where our parents might not be here much longer'.
"So if their parents are getting ill and passing away and all that, it's not going to be long before mine go.
"I just made the effort to think 'listen you know, let bygones be bygones, leave things in the past. That's it'."
Hatton's battle with drug and drink addiction has been well documented.
Key moments in Hatton's boxing career
But it was following his December 2007 defeat to Floyd Mayweather that he felt probably his worst, despite banking more than £25million throughout his career up to that point.
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So much so, in fact, that the Stockport-born superstar - who allegedly snorted cocaine in a Manchester hotel room in 2010 - came close to trying to take his own life following his first professional loss.
He added: "I was always very depressed, even when I was a youngster. And then I had loads of success at boxing and then I didn't. First time I had my defeat, it was very hard to come to terms with. If I hadn't fallen out with my mum and dad I don't think I would've been as stupid to do that [reportedly using cocaine]. I didn't care whether I lived or died."
If you, or anyone you know, needs help dealing with mental health problems the Samaritans can be contacted on 116 123, or visit Mind’s website.