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Mirror Online : reported that Carl Frampton was defeated, but he’s far from beaten with Barry McGuigan confident he’ll avenge Leo Santa Cruz loss

as informed in (Photo: Getty Images North America)(Photo: Getty Images North America)Frampton, 29, was gracious in defeat and admitted he had no complaints about dropping his first pro loss to a majority decision.
Fast forward to the early hours of Sunday morning and history repeated itself as Frampton lost the same belt to Leo Santa Cruz on his first appearance in Las Vegas.
Frampton was outsmarted by Santa Cruz who did precisely what he said he was going to do by boxing at range to utilise his superior seven-inch reach.
In 1986, McGuigan lost the WBA featherweight title to the unheralded Stevie Cruz in the 110F outdoor heat on his debut on The Strip.
Could not subscribe, try again later Invalid EmailJust like Barry McGuigan all those years before, Carl Frampton was beaten here by a man called Cruz, writes David Anderson in Las Vegas.

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Carl Frampton can recover, but it might not be Leo Santa Cruz in Belfast

Carl Frampton can recover, but it might not be Leo Santa Cruz in Belfast

Media playback is not supported on this device Santa Cruz says his management team will have to agree to Belfast bout with FramptonCarl Frampton’s rematch with Leo Santa Cruz was another terrific contest, another fantastic advert for boxing.
Media playback is not supported on this device Frampton surprised by Santa Cruz tacticsCan Frampton bounce back from first defeat?
Santa Cruz had his family in tow, and it was the kind of occasion at which they didn’t seem out of place.
I was working with Amir Khan and he had Santa Cruz winning it by two rounds – I had it by four.
There was just a line from Santa Cruz at the final news conference that worried me.

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Barry McGuigan calls for Carl Frampton rematch with Santa Cruz in Belfast

We’ve done it twice over here and it makes sense for Santa Cruz as well.
Léo Santa Cruz beats Carl Frampton for WBA world featherweight title – as it happened Read moreNo one was begrudging the Mexican his moment of triumph.
Santa Cruz was excellent, unleashing to perfection a game plan which forced Frampton to abandon his preferred counter-punching role and instead act as the aggressor.
Santa Cruz landed 81 of 417 jabs while Frampton connected with only 28 of 187.
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Frampton’s accuracy betrayed him too often against Santa Cruz.

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