Photos: Carl Frampton-Kiko Martinez 2 Final Presser

BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND - International Boxing Federation super bantamweight world champion Kiko Martinez (2nd L) and undefeated number one contender Carl Frampton (2nd R) pose with Barry McGuigan (C) during the final press conference, at the Titanic Building on September 4, 2014 in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The championship fight between Martinez and Frampton will take place this Saturday in a purpose-built, 16,000 capacity outdoor arena in Belfast's Titanic Quarter and will attract the province's biggest ever boxing crowd. Martinez, who was backed by former champion and promoter Sergio Martinez, is looking to avenge last year's TKO defeat to Frampton.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by ELPacman on 09-05-2014

It's very weird but the dude seriously looks like Christ Algieri's twin. I suppose that isn't a bad thing many on these forums would say after posters turned ghey everywhere here for Chris.

Comment by Aztekkas on 09-05-2014

On the ****** website I think they had a 16-0 shut out on predictions for Carl. The sports analysts and experts all pretty much agreed Frampton would be crowned champion. I feel great about this one, love Kiko and what…

Comment by ugly2000 on 09-05-2014

Is this being televised here in the states? I just cant see this being anything but dynamite. I'd much rather see this than showtime's card.

Comment by damit305 on 09-05-2014

This is going to be a Grrreat fight.

Comment by turnedup on 09-05-2014

Good to see Sergio earning outside of the ring. I'll watch the fight, thank god for boxnation.

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