Date: 1st June 2013 at 12:39pm
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Recent months have seen some fighters switch from the Frank Warren camp to the Eddie Hearn camp.

However, the latest fighter to move camps, the exciting Carl Frampton, has decided to leave the Hearn camp to sign a four-fight deal with Warren?s Box Nation stable.

Frampton, training under the guidance of the Barry McGuigan camp, is targeting a world title fight in the near future, quite possibly in the third of his new four fight deal, possibly in Belfast.

Speaking about his switch, the Irish fighter had this to say to the media,

‘We felt we were put on the backburner – we need to be made the priority and this is an amazing deal.?

‘It means I’m definitely going to be boxing in Belfast, which is what I wanted and to be promoted by our team.?

‘We were waiting too long for things to happen and this is a really fantastic deal?.

‘I’m a bit closer now to a world title fight – it could be the third or fourth fight in the deal.’

At 26 years of age Frampton is approaching the period of his career where it should all be coming together and it?ll be interesting to see how he fares in his first fight for the Warren camp when he appears on the Wembley Arena bill on July 20th.

As for reasons for the split with the Matchroom camp, it would appear that Eddie Hearns camp were reluctant to share promotional work with Frampton?s manager, Barry McGuigan.


3 Replies to “Frampton Switches Camps!”

  • smart move if you ask me, Frampton needs big fights and Warren has a history of delivering!

  • a Warren / McGuigan combo will take the lad to the top if his ability is as good as they’re saying

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