The super featherweight champion retained his scepter with a great display at Caesars Palace finishing the Northern Irishman in six rounds
The American Jamel Herring had a masterful exhibition this Saturday night at Caesars Palace in Dubai, at send Irishman Carl Frampton twice before knocking him out in six episodes, for successfully defend the World Boxing Organization Super Feather Championship for the third time.
Herring knocked down first Frampton with a straight left hand in the fifth episode, and although the Irishman recovered, in the sixth he no longer gave him respite, sending him to the canvas first with a brutal upper left hand that slowly brought the European to the canvas, who again stood up, but only to receive more punishment and surrender until the towel was thrown at 1:40 minutes into the sixth.
Herring He was almost perfect, except for a couple of good crusaders thrown into him throughout the battle, caused by the impetus that the Irishman had in seeking to be the first fighter from his nation to achieve the three-time championship. But Carl fell short against a taller, heavier, faster fighter with a solid strategy.
With this result, Herring was left with 23-2 and 11 knockouts, while Frampton, who said he would retire if he lost the game, left his mark with a 28-3 record and 16 knockouts.
In the co-star battle, the Philippine four-time champion Donnie Nietes He returned with victory after two years of absence by defeating the brave Colombian by way of points Pablo Carrillo, after 10 episodes in the category of Super Flies. The cards were 96-95, 99-81 and 98-92 in favor of the former world champion of minimum weight, Minimosca, Mosca and Supermosca.
In other results, the American Keyshawn Davis defeated the Ghanaian at the end of four episodes Richman Ashelley, Fahad Al Bloushi accounted for by points of Suraj and in the initial of the function, Tursynbay Kulakhmet knocked out in the first round, spectacularly, to Heber Rondon.