|12-03-2012, 02:18 AM||#11|
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At the moment I would go for Frampton. Quigg needs to get away from Gallagher. He is all wrong for Quiggs style.
|12-11-2012, 03:28 PM||#12|
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I am opting for Frampton this time round, but only just.
Molitor was a long-standing world title belt holder, technically very polished and he also knew how to win away from home. The way Frampton marched him down and then beat him down was pretty awesome.
Yes, Molitor was never a puncher and was the wrong side of 30 but he turned-up in shape and had a colossal edge in experience.
The way Frampton stalked Molitor, cutting down the ring and not getting hit in the process, before landing some hard, clean punches (with no energy wasted) was seriously impressive. It was cold, clinical and ruthless stuff.
Quigg was excellent as well and I really didn't think he'd have the power to sicken RM like that.
Here's hoping that Frampton v Quigg happens in 2013 for the British, Commonwealth and European belts (with a WBC world title shot also on offer for the winner) and I have this hunch that Quigg might win it.
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