27/09/2017

Carl Frampton To Fight In Belfast In November

Belfast boxer Carl Frampton has confirmed that his first contest with new promoter Frank Warren will take place in Belfast in November.

Frampton will face an unconfirmed opponent at the SSE Arena on 18 November.
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Belfast's Jamie Conlan will challenge Jerwin Ancajas of the Philippines for the IBF world super-flyweight belt on the same bill.

Frampton split with his long-time manager Barry McGuigan and Cyclone Promotions last month.

(CD)

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