Frank Warren: Hearn Rejects Big Frampton vs. Quigg Offer

Frank Warren today made a big offer to Eddie Hearn for his latest signing Scott Quigg to fight Carl Frampton in September 2013, but surprisingly Hearn replied saying that a September date was a little too soon for Quigg.

Earlier this month Warren made Carl Froch a multi-million pound offer to fight WBO Light-Heavyweight Champion Nathan Cleverly only for the offer to be declined by Hearn.

Warren stated “How can any boxer not be ready for a fight in three months, especially with a contest already scheduled for two weeks? Only yesterday Hearn said in an interview that both fighters wanted it and that it was not the Boxers, but their teams that were preventing it from happening. Well if Frampton wants it, his team want it and, according to Hearn, Quigg wants it also, then what does that tell you?”

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by Straightener on 06-14-2013

[QUOTE=Kilrain;13469479]At a ridiculously cheap £10 per month, any boxing fan in the UK that doesn't have BoxNation isn't a boxing fan, period. Frampton getting exposure on BoxNation isn't the same as getting no exposure at all, BoxNation has about 200-250,000…

Comment by Hitman932 on 06-13-2013

Frank Warren is now 0-72 on his big fight offers so far this year.

Comment by Weebler I on 06-13-2013

[QUOTE=LacedUp;13469435]Why fight on BoxNation when you can fight on Sky? I'm sure all Frank Warren's offers include the BoxNation as the main tv outlet. Hearn is never going to accept it is he?[/QUOTE] It's telling however that Hearn is not…

Comment by yoz on 06-13-2013

[QUOTE=Arsene Knows;13469516]That doesn't make any sense. It's Hearn who has turned down two or three offers from Warren not the other way around.[/QUOTE] It's Dirk Diggler, everyone!

Comment by Arsene Knows on 06-13-2013

[QUOTE=xLuKeYx;13469545]He means that Frank is not getting his fighters the fights they need to further their careers, instead limiting them to only people who can/will fight on boxnation.[/QUOTE] Well he's offered fights to Froch, Hopkins and Shumenov for Cleverly which…

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