Win a copy of the brand new Carl Frampton biography ‘The Rise Of The Jackal’ in this exclusive giveaway competition for Boxing News and Views readers.
Boxing News and Views have teamed up with renowned boxing journalist and the author of the book Steve Wellings, who working alongside Carl Frampton has brought out this terrific new read for fight fans around the world.
Two-weight world champion Carl Frampton (23-1-14KO) from Belfast is already recognized as one of Ireland’s greatest ever fighters.
During his career so far, he has also at one point cracked into the top ten pound for pound best fighters on Earth list in many fans’ eyes.
It’s a career that started out at a grass roots amateur club level and is one that is now scaling the dizzying highs of world professional boxing.
The rise of Carl Frampton has excited and energised boxing fans from Belfast and beyond in a way not seen since his manager (Barry McGuigan) graced the ring.
Learning his craft on small hall shows starting out, Carl was soon headlining in the historic Ulster Hall before making the Odyssey Arena in Belfast his own.
Frampton went on to unify the belts in Manchester (against Scott Quigg) and crossed the water to conquer America with his exhilarating fight style.
Including articles and interviews from before he turned pro right up to the latest phase in this epic story, witness the Rise of the Jackal in all of its glory in this new Carl Frampton biography.
Over 360 pages plus full colour behind-the-scenes photographs comes with this prize for one lucky winner.
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About The Author
Steve has been covering the sport for well over a decade. His work is available across the world through a number of highly reputable media outlets.
Steve has been ringside well over 100 times in his career to date and has interviewed some of the very biggest names in world boxing.
Residing in Belfast, he is a member of the Irish Boxing Writers’ Association (IBWA) and has worked hard to promote the interests and increase the profile of the local boxing scene.
He can be reached at: [email protected] or please contact his website at www.irishboxingreview.com