Quigg joins him in the ring after the fight, will they finally clash in the summer?
Carl Frampton successfully defended his IBF super-bantamweight world title in Belfast on Saturday night with a devastating performance against Chris Avalos.
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Frampton produced a stunning performance in front of his fans at the Odyssey Arena as he bossed the bout from start to finish with his lethal jab and right hands.
Avalos undoubtedly put up a brave display in a bid to contain and counter-punch, but the American was ultimately out of his depth and he was continuously caught with big shots including during a lapse of concentration in the second round when he left himself exposed.
The challenger seemingly injured his shoulder during a clinch, but with referee Howard Foster not calling a timeout in the fight, Frampton charged his man and landed a big left as Avalos desperately scrambled to hold.
However, that was just a sign of things to come as the champion continued to land heavy shots and the fight was finally called to an end in the fifth after two big right hands shook Avalos and left him stumbling before Foster jumped in to save him.
After the fight, Scott Quigg joined Frampton and the McGuigans in the ring and it threatened to boil over at one stage with the the latter insisting that Quigg needed to remember who the “real champion” was.
As things cooled down, both fighters insisted that they want the fight next and a summer showdown between the rivals could be a real possibility.