Feb 27, 2016 -- 11:52PM, wisewords wrote:
would be seething if I'd bought it
Feb 27, 2016 -- 11:54PM, tobermory wrote:
Quigg would probably be fav for next fight
Feb 27, 2016 -- 11:57PM, Only-the-Brave wrote:
frampton clearly struggled at the end and questions about his engine. Not impressed tbh. But a win's a win.
yeh this, think hes going to have to move up
Feb 27, 2016 -- 11:57PM, Swagger wrote:
Don't really understand the 116-112 for Frampton. First round a draw, Frampton then landed more punches but mostly on the gloves until round 7 - a few of those were very hard to score so a few 10-10 rounds. Quigg clearly won the next 4 and Frampton won the last.
i have 115-113 and that was giving a 50/50 to Quigg.
Feb 27, 2016 -- 11:58PM, spyker wrote:
crap fight and how someone can get 6 rounds ahead by looking 5% more aggressive (without hitting anything) baffles me.
Because you are scoring it round by round. All the ring generalship, and taking of the fight was being done by Frampton.
Can't win rounds when you are throwing like 5 punches a round like Quigg was.
Feb 28, 2016 -- 12:00AM, n88uk wrote:
Quigg thought it was going to plan. So his plan was to give away the first 6 rounds doing nothing. If he hadn't done that he might have won.A little similar to Eubanks Jr vs Saunders in that sense.
It was almost exactly like that fight, except Saunders was landing a bit more.
Feb 28, 2016 -- 12:02AM, Mike-lfc wrote:
Feb 28, 2016 -- 12:04AM, n88uk wrote:
His game plan seemed to be get it to the later rounds and knock him out, but that's a pretty crap game plan really as it means you can never win on points. Contributed to it being a crap fight, which makes a rematch far less attractive to be made. So just makes no real sense.
sack his trainer?
Feb 28, 2016 -- 12:18AM, Howdi wrote:
Quigg shouldnt get a rematch he had his chance got the rest of his life to say 'what if' sily lad he would imho of won....Sadly I'm not sure any of Team Quigg are too bright - cost them!
Problem I have is outside Frampton's hardcore fanbase, who wants to see this again. It wasn't a good enough fight to want to see it again. I think from a selling point of view, Hearn would have a tough time to sell it again unless he goes to Belfast or something, just because I'm not sure you can get casual interest in this again, as I doubt many of them thought it was a good fight tonight.
Feb 28, 2016 -- 12:25AM, Mike-lfc wrote:
anything below Light Welterweight is crap. Only reason people watched this is because it was a UK unification fight. it was as crap as i expected.