Belfast’s Carl Frampton was crowned as a two-belt world champion after a split decision victory over his super-bantamweight rival from Bury Scott Quigg in February, taking the biggest win of his career so far in Manchester.

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Frampton added Quigg’s WBA Super belt to his IBF belt to become the unified champion in Manchester.

  • In the video above we take a look at Frampton’s previous best wins by knockout.

    1) Carl Frampton vs Kris Hughes
    2) Carl Frampton vs Kiko Martinez
    3) Carl Frampton vs Hugo Cazares
    4) Carl Frampton vs Chris Avalos
    5) Carl Frampton vs Mark Quon

LATEST: Frampton may vacate belts to take on Santa Cruz in Summer Blockbuster!

Carl Frampton is prepared to vacate the WBA and IBF super-bantamweight titles in order to take on Mexican star Leo Santa Cruz for his WBA featherweight belt in a blockbuster fight this summer.

Cyclone Promotions and Frampton’s management are in close talks with Santa Cruz’s manager Al Haymon, who sent a representative to Manchester to watch the Belfast man defeat Quigg and talks are said to be progressing well for a massive fight against Cruz.

Santa Cruz is a three-weight world champion and the prospect of fighting him at 126 pounds is understood to be Frampton’s preferred option at this stage in his career.

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video by Boxing Legends TV