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Carl Frampton Stops Mark Quon in Four, Wins Title

By Alexey Sukachev

Belfast, Ireland - Super bantamweight prospect Carl Frampton (11-0, 7 KOs) stopped late replacement Mark Quon (11-4-1, 2 KOs) at 1:11 to capture the vacant Commonwealth title. Frampton was in full control and dominated the action. Quon possibly suffered a broken nose in the third. In the fourth, Frampton was punishing Quon and dropped him with a very hard counter right hand in the fourth. Quon beat the count on unsteady legs and was getting more punishment from several right hands before the referee jumped in to stop the action. Quon's corner was getting ready to throw in the towel at the time of the stoppage.

Quon was a late replacement for Kiko Martinez, who recently withdrew from the contest due to a personal matter.

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User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by TaurusJ27 on 09-11-2011

Great finish to the fight.

Comment by Thickear on 09-11-2011

Scott Quigg is a tidy box-fighter but he gets taken apart by Frampton who is sharper and altogether more powerful. Carl has real star potential. Seems ultra dedicated too.

Comment by Uncle Rodge on 09-10-2011

Frampton was bloody impressive. Looking forward to his next fight.

Comment by dumber79 on 09-10-2011

martinez. like the look of frampton. looking forward to seeing him and quigg get it on.

Comment by jdubb863 on 09-10-2011

Who was this guy suppose to fight origanally?

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