Frampton Warns Warrington Of Using Dirty Tactics
Before they face off on December 22nd for the IBF featherweight title, Carl Frampton has warned champion Josh Warrington to leave the dirty tactics at home.
Frampton travels to Manchester to take the title from Warrington in his first defense of the title and is ready for everything Warrington brought against Lee Selby earlier this year.
“Josh is fit, he is determined, but a bit dirty with his head because he comes bulling forward at times,” Frampton told reporters this week.
“If I thought he did it (head butted) deliberately I would give him one back.”
“He comes in and it almost looks accidental, but he bulls in a lot with his head. He is clever with it and sometimes he gets away with it.”
Frampton warned that he has kept that thought in the front of his mind heading into December 22nd, claiming: “That is something as a team we have been paying close attention to and we’re aware of, definitely.”
“I’m looking forward this fight. It is going to be an exciting fight and it’s one that has got me excited. “It’s for a legitimate world title. It’s between two guys in their prime.
Quotes: Boxing Scene