Frampton seen things he can exploit in Quigg
IT lasted less than three rounds but Carl Frampton seen enough of Scott Quigg and Rendall Munroe’s WBA interim title fight to spot further weakness in arch rival Quigg.
The Jackal was ring side as the British super bantamweight one and two literally went head to head on Saturday night. The eagerly anticipate bout was stopped 43 seconds into the third stanza after what was more open wound than just cut opened up over Munroe’s eye.
It was an unsatisfactory end to a much hyped and eagerly anticipated belt, but unlike the fans in attendance Frampton returned home content in the knowledge he learnt how to exploit Quigg further.
The Belfast fighter is more confident than ever that he will defeat the Bury fighter if they do as expected trade leather.
“I thought he looked nervous as he entered the ring. It was good to be ringside and I noticed a few things about Quigg, that I will use against him when we eventually meet.
“But after watching him face Munroe on Saturday night, I am now more confident that I could beat him,” the Newsletter quoted Frampton as saying
“The cut above Munroe’s eye was a bad one – but the referee made the right call. These things happen in boxing.”