Frampton to showcase his skills on ITV on Saturday night…
IBF super-bantamweight champion Carl Frampton has insisted that he will beat Chris Avalos on Saturday night, and he will do it in style.
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The 28-year-old’s fight is live on ITV and he is adamant that he will put on a show as boxing continues to grow and gain more attention from the mainstream broadcasters and casual fans.
Having defeated Kiko Martinez on points to win the world title last September, Frampton is looking to win in style again this weekend as he hopes to extend his record of winning 19 consecutive fights.
“If I turn up, I’ll win the fight, simple as that,” Frampton said, according to BBC Sport.
“I want to keep on winning and look explosive in every single contest. He’s cocky but I’ll knock that out of him.
“It’ll be an exciting fight while it lasts but I’m the biggest punching super-bantamweight in the world so it’s not rocket science what’s going to happen.”I’m ready for him, I’m well prepared and I’m going to knock him out.”
Frampton’s manager and promoter Barry McGuigan reiterated the point that he wants his fighter to produce explosive and emphatic wins as his profile continues to grow and he emerges as a household name in the sport.
Avalos is certainly a difficult test for the Belfast man, but it is a test that he will be confident of overcoming as he looks to set up bigger fights later in the year.
The biggest of all those fights will be a showdown with rival Scott Quigg, with the WBA champion set to be ringside on Saturday and ready to accept a challenge of a summer bout.