Carl Frampton: My Best Beats Kiko Martinez Every Time!
By Edward Chaykovsky
Carl Frampton (18-0, 13KOs) has no doubts about becoming a world champion when he faces Kiko Martinez (31-4, 23KOs) for the IBF super bantamweight title on September 6th at Titanic Quarter in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Frampton previously knocked off Martinez in nine rounds back in February of last year. But then Martinez captured the IBF title and racked off several notable wins.
Frampton is ignoring the outcome of the first fight, because he anticipates a new and improved Martinez next month.
“That fight is in the past and this a totally new fight. That fight and result counts for nothing and I am facing a brand new Kiko on September 6, He has gained confidence from winning the world title and defending it twice. He claims he will be better prepared mentally and physically this time around and I hope he is," Frampton told Newsletter.
“Because when I beat him for a second time he will have no excuses. I am expecting a tough fight - my toughest fight to date - but the best Carl Frampton beats the best Kiko Martinez every time."
carl framptons should beat martinez easy in the rematch.Comment by knockoutkid on 08-28-2014
@afterpunk martinez is the same fighter he just plods forward, he hasnt improved, he's a hooker with slow feet/ slow headmovementComment by afterpunk on 08-28-2014
He better be ready. He is the better fighter, but he will have to deliver a perfect performance to beat this version of Martinez. This is a strange sport and sometimes will prevails over talent (Orlando Salido is a good…Post a Comment - View More User Comments (3)