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RingTv image Carl Frampton talks Martinez title fight, Quigg and Rigondeaux

Carl Frampton talks Martinez title fight, Quigg and Rigondeaux

A confident Carl Frampton enters his anticipated rematch with IBF 122-pound titleholder Kiko Martinez on Saturday in his native Belfast. Frampton, who won their first bout by ninth-round TKO, believes he deserves to be the odds favorite and is destined to face RING champ Guillermo Rigondeaux and UK rival Scott Quigg.

RingTv image Frampton ready for title after stopping Parodi in six

Frampton ready for title after stopping Parodi in six

Carl Frampton continued his assault on the junior featherweight division with a sixth-round thrashing of Frenchman Jeremy Parodi on Saturday in Belfast. The undefeated Irish star now targets the winner of the Dec. 21 IBF title bout between Kiko Martinez and Jeffrey Mathebula.

RingTv image Frampton in search of bigger challenges

Frampton in search of bigger challenges

After a promotional change earlier in the year and a fight postponement due to injury, undefeated junior featherweight contender Carl Frampton is ready to make up for lost time. The popular Belfast native, who fights Jeremy Parodi in his hometown on Saturday, has set sights on UK rival Scott Quigg and newly crowned IBF beltholder Kiko Martinez.

RingTv image Frampton and McGuigan look to the future

Frampton and McGuigan look to the future

After splitting with Matchroom Boxing for veteran promoter Frank Warren, junior featherweight contender Carl Frampton and manager Barry McGuigan are focused on the immediate future, which includes fighting in Belfast, a title shot and maybe an eventual showdown with Leo Santa Cruz.

RingTv image Frampton quits Matchroom for Warren

Frampton quits Matchroom for Warren

Frank Warren has struck a blow against rival British promoter Eddie Hearn and Matchroom by snapping up Northern Ireland’s popular undefeated junior featherweight contender Carl Frampton.