Date: 18th October 2013 at 4:06pm
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Public demand will, so we believe, eventually lead to a massive super-bantamweight clash between Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg.

The nature of the sport will drive the man from Belfast to take on the man from Bury, but just when is open to debate.

By the time it does happen, both Frampton and Quigg could be holding different versions of the super-bantamweight world title belts.

However, as you?d probably expect, Frampton?s trainer, Shane McGuigan is under no illusions as to who will come out on top, remarking to the media,

?Scott was decidedly average against Yoandris Salinas?

‘Scott is nice young fella and a good enough fighter with a nice style. He’ll give Carl a decent fight but Frampton is a much more destructive puncher, has got a better chin and is much more intelligent.?



When those two guys get together there’s only going to be one winner – and that’s Carl Frampton.?


But, in trying to keep his fighter focused on the task in hand this Saturday, he cautiously added,



i>’But we’re not interested in talking about Scott Quigg at the moment. We’ve got to get past this next hurdle or we’re going nowhere.’

Sensible talk relating to a fighter who has a camp who believe he will soon go global and be a mega-star.