LAST MINUTE UPDATE: LAST FEW SEATS FOR JOSH WARRING V CARL FRAMPTON THIS SATURDAY - BE QUICK!!!
The win at Windsor Park sets up a shot at the IBF world title held by Leeds boxer Josh Warrington.Frampton, 31, dominated throughout and Jackson's corner threw the towel in as the home fighter teed off on the previously unbeaten Australian.The Northern Irishman dropped his opponent a round earlier with an explosive body shot.The two-weight world champion produced an impressive performance in front of 24,000 fans, many of whom were soaked by a Belfast downpour. IBF champion Warrington was ringside and after the bout Frank Warren, promoter of both fighters, confirmed that the pair will meet for Warrington's belt during 2018.
Frampton and Warrington expressed an interest in making the match-up happen while Warren said the fight will happen "definitely this year", adding: "It is on.""This was unreal," Frampton said. "The atmosphere was special, the crowd was fantastic and they made my dream come true. It was unbelievable from start to finish."I know myself I still have it but I have to prove it with performances like that. Warrington is a different fight all together, I know that. I want it and it's an easy fight to make. It makes sense."Warrington added: "He performed well. He looked nice and relaxed in there and I am looking to get the fight."I have got a lot of respect for him but this is boxing and you want to fight the best."
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