Carl Frampton propelled himself into World title reckoning, ripping the European super bantamweight title from Kiko Martinez with a ninth round KO in front of a huge crowd at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast live on Sky Sports in Betfair’s ‘Unfinished Business’.
Frampton became the first man to stop the Spaniard in a gripping contest that saw the Belfast hero come of age and provide a new megastar for the adoring fans in the Arena.
Carl Frampton has told Kiko Martinez that he will pay for pulling out of two fights with him as he plans to rip the European super bantamweight title from his possession in Betfair’s ‘Unfinished Business’ live on Sky Sports from the Odyssey Arena in Belfast on Saturday February 9.
Kiko Martinez has vowed to pour the pressure on Carl Frampton when the pair meet on February 9th in Betfair’s ‘Unfinished Business’, and the Spaniard says he will KO the Belfast star live on Sky Sports.
Martinez defends his European super bantamweight title against The Jackal on a great night of action that the Belfast fight fans have snapped up tickets for – but the 26 year old visitor is relishing his role as party pooper and wants to derail Frampton’s rise to the stop.
Sergio Martinez says Kiko Martinez will beat Carl Frampton inside the distance when the pair clash in Betfair’s ‘Unfinished Business’ on February 9 at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast, live on Sky Sports.
The middleweight king manages the European super bantamweight champion who defends his title against unbeaten star Frampton. Sergio is backing his charge to upset Britain’s hottest super bantamweight in his hometown, and believes he will do so in devastating fashion.
Carl Frampton will face Kiko Martinez at the Odyssey Arena in Belfast on February 9 live on Sky Sports in Betfair’s ‘Unfinished Business’.
Paul McCloskey, Martin Lindsay and the line-up for the Betfair Prizefighter all-Irish Middleweights are ready for their huge night in Belfast on May 5, as promoter Eddie Hearn says it’s the first of three big nights of boxing in the city for Matchroom Sport in 2012.
McCloskey headlines the bumper night of action live on Sky Sports against two-time world champion Julio Diaz and the former unbeaten European light-welterweight king is gunning for a second world title shot this year.
Carl Frampton sent out a chilling warning to his rivals with a stunning seventh round knockout of Kris Hughes as he defended his Commonwealth super-bantamweight title at York Hall, Bethnal Green.
Frampton’s unbeaten run reaches 12 fights and now his attention can turn to future showdowns – with a St Patrick’s Day date in New York City and fights with Scott Quigg and Kiko Martinez looking very likely.
Matchroom Sport has confirmed that European super-bantamweight champion Kiko Martinez has withdrawn from his fight with Carl Frampton on September 10 at the Odyssey Arena through personal reasons.
Irish legend Barry McGuigan has backed his fighter Carl Frampton to come through the biggest test of his short career and snatch the European super-bantamweight title from Kiko Martinez on September 10.
McGuigan, who gave Belfast many big nights from British and European clashes to WBA featherweight title defences during his time, believes boxers nowadays have to do all their learning in the big shows.
Super-bantamweight contender Carl Frampton says his fight with Kiko Martinez is the biggest night of boxing that Ireland has seen ‘for many, many years’ and vows to keep the European belt in Belfast.
Frampton fights for the Spaniard’s Super Bantamweight title on the undercard of Paul McCloskey’s bout with Breidis Prescott live on Sky Sports on Saturday September 10 at the Odyssey Arena in Northern Ireland’s capital.