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Carl Frampton Rips Kid Galahad - You Are Not Prince Naz!

By Edward Chaykovsky

Up and coming British super bantamweight champion Kid Galahad (real name Barry Awad), 15-0 with 8KOs, has been ripping Carl Frampton (17-0, 12KOs) in several interviews, claiming the EBU beltholder is running scared from a domestic showdown.

In return, Frampton laughed at Galahad's comments and said he was nothing more than a cheap imitation of British great Prince Naseem Hamed.

“Barry likes to talk and he thinks he is Prince Naseem, but he is not. Prince Naseem could punch and was a fantastic fighter. Barry is not Prince Nassem. I have bigger fights on the horizon and I am looking to fight for a World title in the coming weeks. Why would I want to take a step backward and fight Barry,” Frampton told Newsletter.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by B.A. Sherif on 01-07-2014

Why do people keep comparing Galahad to Naz?? Sure he's of Yemeni decent but his style is COMPLETELY different. He needs to be praised for his own merits and not Naz's.

Comment by ShoulderRoll on 01-07-2014

[QUOTE=JackTheLad;14108821]Frampton would eat Santa Cruz for breakfast. [/QUOTE] Nope. More like the other way around.

Comment by Box-Office on 01-07-2014

[QUOTE=JackTheLad;14108821][B]Frampton would eat Santa Cruz for breakfast[/B]. And as for Galahad, he's nothing special at all European level at best.[/QUOTE] Amen to that. But based on Cruz's performances its hard to see though my heart still says Frampton. Ive followed…

Comment by toshmurph on 01-07-2014

[QUOTE=skinnystev;14108574]frampton is an outright tosser[/QUOTE] Eh why is he a "tosser"?? Because he's telling the truth about a guy that's called him out?

Comment by diarraisagod on 01-07-2014

Galahad talked the talk before his last fight and looked very average until the other guy faded/got worn down late. He's miles off world class yet which is where Frampton and Quigg both are. Can't blame him for trying to…

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