The Manchester-born fighter will return to the ring after a three-and-a-half-year absence later this month, and the 34-year-old has promised to cause 'pain' to his opponent.
"I think he will feel the brunt of it. There's been a lot of problems. I've had a lot of family problems, several things that have added to my downfall, if you like, in that three-year period when I've been off," he told reporters.
"I'm going to throw it all at Senchenko on the night and that could be a painful night for him."
Hatton has won 45 of his 47 professional fights.