Eubank Jr and Froch came in for some strong words on ‘The Jackal’ recently who’s had a novel response for them.
Carl Frampton is deep into intensive preparations for his comeback fight later this month when for the first time – he boxes under new promoter Frank Warren and management team MTK Global.
Since splitting from his previous trainer Shane McGuigan and former mentor Barry McGuigan, it is understood that Frampton is working very well with new trainer Jamie Moore.
The amount of rounds Frampton is putting in is understood to be cut back for this camp and has sparked criticism from notable current and former fighters such as Chris Eubank Jr and Carl Froch, who believe sparring the correct number of rounds to be vital for a boxer’s preparation. (Article update – hat tip Joe O’Neil of Irish Boxing)
Frampton while speaking on podcast Second Captains had an interesting response for the pair:
“I’d fancy my chances if me, (Carl) Froch, and (Chris) Eubank Jr had a bet over who sparred the most rounds in camp.”
Sparring has long been a part of the backbone of a fighter’s training regime in the run up to their fights, not just for sharpening tools, but to simulate aspects of what they are working on to use in the actual fight.
Ahead of Frampton’s return to the ring the folks at BoxNation YouTube (hat tip) have put together an excellent documentary on his comeback: