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  • Comments Thread For: Frampton vs. Quigg: Hearn Says Haymon is Interested

    SCOTT QUIGG believes that his long-awaited domestic dust-up with Carl Frampton could finally be on – if both win their next fights.

    Bury bruiser Quigg defends his WBA super-bantamweight title against Kiko Martinez at the Manchester Arena on July 18.

    On the same night, Belfast’s IBF champion Frampton meets Alejandro Gonzalez Jr in Texas – and Quigg is hoping the two UK fighters can come out on top.

    It will open the way for a fight that looked to be dead in the water after after Frampton turned down a £1.5m offer from Quigg’s camp.
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  • #2
    You could do it in Spokane

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    • #3
      "Bury bruiser"

      This fight is not even going to be competitive. Frampton will methodically and surgically beat the living **** out of Quigg for a stoppage.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Box-Office View Post
        "Bury bruiser"

        This fight is not even going to be competitive. Frampton will methodically and surgically beat the living **** out of Quigg for a stoppage.
        yep joe gallaghers not going to have anyone left, he built that 50 fight win streak up against journeymen now when one of his guys loses he calls on them retire, some loyalty that is huh, hey you lost now retire so I can build the next 30 and 0 stiff.

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        • #5
          When it comes to Quigg/Frampton, it's sad to see Haymon have to be involved.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Eastcoast View Post
            When it comes to Quigg/Frampton, it's sad to see Haymon have to be involved.
            Why? It makes it more realistic because Hearn is in bed with Haymon. Barry McGuigan hates Hearn. Haymon is like a mediator here.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Dirk Diggler UK View Post
              Why? It makes it more realistic because Hearn is in bed with Haymon. Barry McGuigan hates Hearn. Haymon is like a mediator here.
              the only problem is that he'll probably stick it in bum****, idaho at 9.25am on a tuesday

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              • #8
                I don't think Quigg should count his chickens just yet. Kiko is a tough fight for him IMO.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by Eastcoast View Post
                  When it comes to Quigg/Frampton, it's sad to see Haymon have to be involved.
                  i cant look no further that a racial issue here? if a guy is makin fights why are u concerned with his skin color?

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                  • #10
                    im rooting for kiko cause he's a warrior, quiggs alright but he needs to ditch gallagher, maybe hatton could train him. He needs to change things, even farnells a far better trainer than gallagher.

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