Fans share their thoughts and questions on the Keith Thurman-Robert Guerrero welterweight clash, the prospect of a Carl Frampton-Scott Quigg showdown, Provodnikov-Matthysse, Canelo-Kirkland, Mayweather-Pacquiao fight week in Las Vegas, mythical matchups and more in this week’s Monday mailbag. Enjoy!
A turbo charged home support cheered on unbeaten Belfast hero Carl Frampton as he successfully defended his IBF junior featherweight title for the first time with a fifth-round technical knockout over Chris Avalos on Saturday.
On Saturday, millions across the UK and the Republic of Ireland will be able to watch IBF junior featherweight beltholder Carl Frampton defend his title against mandatory challenger Chris Avalos live on free terrestrial television.
Junior featherweight beltholder Carl Frampton has big plans following his IBF title defense against mandatory challenger Chris Avalos on Saturday in his native Belfast. Frampton says he’ll stop the hard-punching American and then target domestic rival Scott Quigg and RING champ Guillermo Rigondeaux.
Carl Frampton will defend his IBF junior featherweight title against Chris Avalos on Feb. 28 at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, Northern Ireland on the AWE network.
On Feb. 28, Chris Avalos plans on dominating IBF junior featherweight titleholder Carl Frampton , Avalos’ manager, Mike Criscio insists.
IBF junior featherweight titleholder Carl Frampton’s defense against Chris Avalos, in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Feb. 28, will be shown live in the UK by free-to-air channel, ITV, which is expected to attract an armchair audience of at least 5 million, possibly more.
In the wake of his successful junior featherweight title defense against Jesus Ruiz, Leo Santa Cruz says he wants to give fans what they want in bouts against Abner Mares and RING champion Guillermo Rigondeaux.
Should he defeat Jesus Ruiz on Jan. 17, WBC junior featherweight titlist Leo Santa Cruz plans on facing the best his division has to offer.
RING junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux said he intentionally mixed it up with Hisashi Amagasa, who dropped him twice in Round 7 of his entertaining title defense against the Japanese slugger. Rigondeaux stopped Amagasa after 11 rounds on New Year’s Eve in Osaka, Japan.
As RING junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux prepares for his defense against Hisashi Amagasa, he also laments the apparent lack of challenges from his fellow titlists.
RING junior featherweight champion Guillermo Rigondeaux will make his next defense of his title against Hisashi Amagasa on Dec. 31 in Osaka, Japan.
Talented British junior featherweight contender Kid Galahad had everything his own way during an easy unanimous decision win over the unbeaten, but undistinguished, Brazilian southpaw Adeilson Dos Santos on Saturday in Sheffield, England.
Kid Galahad, who will meet Adeilson Dos Santos on Saturday, seeks to make a statement and up his profile. The unbeaten 122-pound contender believes he’s more talented than fellow UK standouts Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg and wants to prove it in the ring.