Originally written on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 9/4/14
Barry McGuigan announced today that his team will be promoting Carl Frampton’s next three fights in Belfast, starting with a show in October this year. This follows the announcement today that European Champion Frampton will next box on Frank Warren’s Wembley Arena show on July 20, when he defends his IBF Inter-continental Super Bantamweight title. Credit: Russell Pritchard / Presseye European and Commonwealth Champion Carl, who was previously promoted by Eddie Hearn, said: “This is a life-changing opportunity and I feel comfortable in the knowledge that the team who have brought me through the whole of my professional career to date will now be able to promote the most important fights of my career going forward.  We have always operated as a team and from the outset I have been involved in all discussions regarding this switch. The insinuations that the decision was purely financially motivated are wrong. Barry has always had mine and my family’s best interests at heart and we ...
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