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Herring Frampton Carl Frampton fights Jamel Herring for the WBO super-featherweight title with the Irishman engaging to make history and obstacle a world title in a third weight class.


The American is quite possibly the most profoundly evaluated warriors at 130 pounds and will hold actual benefits over Frampton with more noteworthy stature and reach, yet Frampton looks after his “distance control, timing and speed of hand and foot” will compensate for that to give him the edge here.

While the contender who has taken care of the burden of this battle being deferred will likewise hold an edge. The two contenders were because of meet the previous summer just for Covid-19 to defer the occasion, however Frampton accepts fate anticipates, having caught super-bantamweight and featherweight world titles in a sparkling profession.

This battle means the world to Frampton, who has promised to resign in the event that it doesn’t turn out well for him, conceding he is “not set up to go round the houses and find myself mixed up with a situation to battle for a different universe title.”

In a huge battle that is both seen as a 50-50 by the bookies, just as the business, with Ricky Hatton inclining towards Frampton however letting it out is “50-50” and that when he saw the pair standing near each other he thought Herring was “two loads above Carl”. Here is all you require to think about the battle:


When and where is the fight? 

The fight is in Dubai at Caesars Bluewaters, on 3 April with the fight card scheduled to start at 9pm GMT (4pm ET).

What time will the ring walks be? 

If the undercard fights go as planned, we can expect the fighters to walk to the ring at about 10:15pm GMT (5:15pm ET).

What TV channel is it on and is there a live stream? 

The battle will be on Channel 5 in the UK, with inclusion beginning at 10pm GMT, and ESPN+ in the US, where inclusion will begin at 2pm ET.

As an allowed to-air direct in the UK, you can live stream the battle on the Channel 5 site here, while ESPN+ is an OTT support and can be utilized on any gadget.


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Herring: 10/11 (Decision: 13/8, KO: 7/2)

Frampton 10/11 (Decision: 7/5, KO: 6/1)

Draw: 12/1

Tale of the tape 


Nationality: American

Height: 5’10

Reach: 70 inches

Record: 22-2 (10 knockouts)


Nationality: Northern Ireland

Height: 5’5

Reach: 62 inches

Record: 28-2 (16 knockouts

Frampton on Herring fight

“This battle means everything to me,” Frampton told Ring.TV. “It means everything to individuals I have around me; my present group, it implies such a great amount to my family and to individuals that had such an influence in my profession from when I began boxing at seven years of age. This would be the clincher. I never envisioned that I would get the opportunity to turn into a three-weight best on the planet. I most likely never envisioned that I been able to be a three-weight best on the planet at the very beginning. Presently, to be one battle away from it, feeling as sure as I do, things have become all-good and it’s going to occur.”

Herring on Frampton fight

American Herring said: “We aren’t taking a gander at shortcomings. We are ready for the best form of Frampton on the grounds that we know what’s on the line for him. We don’t search for terrible showings. We hope to remove his qualities from him as the battle advances.

“I’m an aficionado of Carl. I regard what he has done in his profession. Two divisional best on the planet and warrior of the year in 2016. He is a dad, a spouse, and we share that normal common regard.

“We simply need to take care of our responsibilities and return home to our families.

“Perhaps I will get to Belfast some an ideal opportunity for that 16 ounces. However, until further notice, it is simply business and getting that success.”

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