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Old 11-26-2012, 02:03 PM
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Originally Posted by UglyPug View Post
I think Frampton still might have more upside, but Quigg definitely has the better win under his belt. Munroe > Molitor for sure. Munroe is a very durable boxer, and to be stopped like that was impressive. . .

But I still think Frampton has the better, and more complete skillset. . .

These things you never can tell, though. Only way is for them to fight each other before moving on to the world stage.
pretty much what i think, apart from imo Munroe hasnt looked great in a while, so Munroe isnt all that much better a win than Molitor; however overall Quigg has the better wins. If Frampton beats Kiko he'll be near enough on a par resume wise. In a fight between the 2 id pick Frampton, but im openly biased about preferring him.

I doubt they are gonna fight for quite a while unfortunately. And it could be their downfall. They'll need a few more tough fights on the way up if they wanna be major player(s) at world level.
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