By Simon Hunter
Carl Frampton's told Q Radio he's excited to be back taking on the biggest names in boxing.
He faces Josh Warrington in a World Title Featherweight clash in Manchester just 3 days before Christmas.
'The Jackal' says he missed out on a bigger opponent for last month's Windsor Park bout.
.@RealCFrampton is feeling confident ahead of #FramptonWarrington @ManchesterArena on December 22nd, saying “I’ll send them home very very happy for Christmas.” pic.twitter.com/KhuQqa7N2d— Simon Hunter (@simezsez) September 27, 2018
He beat Australian Luke Jackson at The National Stadium in August, finishing in the ninth round of the contest.
The Belfast boxer once again reiterated his hunger and desire for top wins has never been greater, and that he has a strong motivation to "prove the doubters wrong."
.@RealCFrampton told @qnewsdesk he’s excited to be back taking on a big name, in Josh Warrington, in a World Title fight on December 22nd @ManchesterArena pic.twitter.com/ZG6yP4prG7— Simon Hunter (@simezsez) September 27, 2018
His opponent on December 22nd, Leeds-man Josh Warrington, is defending his IBF belt.
He's told Q Radio he expects two sets of passionate fans to make for an electric atmosphere at the Manchester Arena.
Once again, @RealCFrampton’s home support base shows its brilliance, with an impressive turnout for the #FramptonWarrington presser @ClaytonHotels Belfast. pic.twitter.com/vUxBqAk9mT— Q Radio News (@qnewsdesk) September 27, 2018