Carl Frampton’s date with future is right here as he challenges Jamel Herring for the WBO super-featherweight world title.
Belfast’s Frampton is already a two-weight world champion having received belts at each super-bantamweight and featherweight.
Now, although, he has stepped as much as super-featherweight and is making an attempt to turn out to be the primary ever Irish three-weight champion.
The 34-year-old is on the tail-end of his time within the sport and hoping to tug out one final nice efficiency to cap off his magnificent profession.
Herring is 35 and has been overwhelmed twice earlier than.
Nevertheless, he has not misplaced since 2017 and impressed with current victories over Masayuki Ito and Lamont Roach.
And in case you are becoming a member of for the primary occasion, the cardboard began with a bang.
Frampton vs Herring Methods to watch on UK TV?
Carl Frampton vs Jamel Herring shall be reside and free-to-air on Channel 5 within the UK.
Freeview (5 or 105), Sky (105), Virgin Media (105), Freesat (105).
Frampton vs Herring begin time?
Carl Frampton vs Jamel Herring is about to begin at round 10pm UK time.
That’s 1am native time the place the struggle is happening in Dubai.
Frampton vs Herring undercard?
- Zhankosh Turarov vs Tyrone McKenna (Tremendous-Light-weight)
- Keyshawn Davis vs Richman Ashelley (Light-weight)
- Donnie Nietes vs Pablo Carillo (Tremendous-Flyweight)
- Tursynbay Kulakhmet vs Heber Rondon (Tremendous-Welterweight)
- Faizan Anwar vs Evgenii Vazem (Welterweight)
- Fahad Al Bloushi vs Suraj (Tremendous-Featherweight)
What occurs subsequent after Frampton vs Herring?
If he wins, Frampton’s US co-promoter Bob Arum has said that he’ll possible defend the belt in opposition to necessary challenger Shakur Stevenson.
Shakur is certainly one of American boxing’s hottest younger abilities and Frampton can be an enormous underdog on this bout.
The concept can be for it to happen at Windsor Park in Belfast as a becoming farewell.
Nevertheless, if he loses to Herring then Frampton has already informed talkSPORT he’ll retire from boxing.