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Frampton will be very special lots of skills and ringmanship.

Posted September 24, 2012 7:45 pm 


Was impressed with Frampton but disappointed with Molitor who had clearly seen better days. The fight looked like a carbon-copy of Froch/Bute with Molitor being backed up to the ropes only to have Frampton work him over. Will be interesting to see how he develops from here and would still love to see him get it on with Quigg!!

Posted September 24, 2012 12:54 pm 


Great win for frampton, the only downside to beating molitor in only his 15th fight is that he might have to continue to fight at world class level from a very early point in His career, he hasn’t had a real battle in the ring yet and it would be good to get a stiff test domestically before taking that plunge against an in form world class opponent

Posted September 24, 2012 4:59 am 


Frampton is one of the most intelligent boxers inside the ring we’ve seen in years. He has power & skill but importantly knows when to use them.
We need to remember he’s only had 15 fights! and he’s improving exponentially, I can’t see Munroe or Quigg even being particularly tough fights anymore. Quigg would make sense from a revenue point of view, it would definitely pack out a stadium but I see it a bit like Burns v Mitchell, Quigg playing the part of Mitchell.
world titles are another matter though and I’d like to see that Quigg fight plus at least one other before he makes that step. It’s a stacked division at the top, Donaire is something very special, though he may move up a weight soon and Mares and Nishioka are both tough calls but Frampton is showing he has the tools and intelligence to make it to the very top.

Posted September 24, 2012 3:06 am 

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