It’s not quite a ‘you don’t know what your doing’ chant, but Scott Quigg believes Team Frampton haven’t got a game plan in place for the massive Frampton versus Quigg fight night as of yet.
Frampton, his coach Shane McGuigan and anyone connected to the team have expressed nothing but confidence ahead of the February 27 clash.
They haven’t really talked too much in terms of game plan, with IBF World champion Frampton himself claiming as he is better in every department and has proven his adaptability throughout his career that suggests he will be able for what ever Quigg bring to the table.
However, Quigg hints there is indecisiveness in the opposition camp and believes ‘The Jackal’ hasn’t any set plan for the bout. The Matchroom fighter is adamant he is anything but one dimensional and says Joe Gallagher will provide him with the blue print to beat the Belfast puncher.
“There are a lot of things that he’s going to say, that he’s better in every department. His team think they can win the fight but I know that the game plan we will come up with means there’ll only be one winner,” Quigg told Sky Sports.
“I don’t think they know what they’re going to do yet. They said there’s only one way I fight, which is wrong. I have lots of ways of fighting and Joe Gallagher is going to come up with what we need to do. It’s about turning up and implementing a plan.”
There have been acquisitions of a lack of respect from both camps, but undefeated Frampton, 28 has stated he has respect for his Manchester Arena opponent. Quigg has claimed the same, but like ‘The Jackal’ is confident he is the better of the two.
There’s a lot of respect. I’ve got respect for him. Anyone who becomes a world champion, it’s not done overnight. It’s done through a lot of hard work. I’ve got respect for him but there’s only one winner and that’s me.