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Donaire, Mares and Rigondeaux are rightfully side stepped at this point in Framptons career. So what we have learned from the Frampton win? He has a great temperment in staying cool in a high pressure fight ealry in his career, continues to prove he can box on the inside and on the outside, has great footwork, good hands and can take a shot when needed to. He’s at a cruical point now. Does he change trainers in favour of a possibly a move to America or does he stick with the inexperienced McGuigan, who seems to have done well so far. I think je has a lot to improve on, a fight with Scott quigg would be more suitable in the next few fights. Quiggs footwork isn’t great and neither is his head movement, he’s solid but Frampton is as good in Quiggs strenght areas and much better all round

Posted February 12, 2013 12:45 pm 


Frampton is not in the league of Donaire and Mares, and would be a 50/50 match for Quigg. Not sure about the McGuigan’s as trainers. After all they were involved in that circus act with Freddie Flintoff. Frampton promises a lot and delivers very little. Hype job, and looked very uncomfortable against the crude Martinez.

Posted February 11, 2013 3:13 pm 


Just watched this fight, it was the first time I’d seen frampton before. He was pretty impressive. Kept a cool head and eventually worked Martinez down. I like how fluid his combination punching is, although I still think he’s a way off competing with the premier fighters in the division. His defence needs to tighten up a bit, he can’t rely on eelusiveness alone at world class level. Martinez caught frampton with a few clean left hooks. He took them very well I most say, but against nonito, he’d only take one of them….

Posted February 11, 2013 6:35 am 

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Hearn steering Frampton towards IBF or WBC titles; Quigg believes he’ll fight him soon

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