Herring vs Frampton

Jamel Herring wins in the 6th round and remains champion

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Jamel Herring vs Carl Frampton

 

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The WBO Junior Lightweight Champion, Jamel Herring, will face Carl Frampton on Saturday, April 3rd in Dubai live on ESPN+ in the United States. The preliminary card also airs on ESPN+, starting at 2 p.m. ET.

Herring (nicknamed “Semper Fi”) is a south paw and WBO Junior Lightweight Champion.

A former Marine, Herring served in Fallujah, Iraq. 

Jamel Herring vs. Carl Frampton fight card

  • Jamel Herring vs. Carl Frampton for Herring’s WBO Junior Lightweight title
  • Donnie Nietes vs. Pablo Carrillo; Junior Bantamweight
  • Albert Pagara vs. TBA; Junior Featherweight
  • Tyrone McKenna vs. Zhankosh Turarov; Junior Welterweight

Jamel Herring Record and Bio

Nationality: American
Born: October 30, 1985
Height: 5-10
Reach: 70 inches
Total fights: 24
Record: 22-2 with 10 knockouts

Carl Frampton Record and Bio

Nationality: Irish
Born: February 21, 1987
Height: 5-5
Reach: 62 inches
Total fights: 30
Record: 28-2 with 16 knockouts

BOXING - Apr 03 WBO Junior Lightweight Title Bout (12 rounds) @ Caesers Bluewaters, Dubai - Dubai, UAE
Updated March 30, 2021.
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Jamel Herring20/23-115
Carl Frampton20/23-115
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Jamel Herring vs Carl Frampton – Dubai, April 3rd
BOXING - Apr 03 WBO Junior Lightweight Title Bout (12 rounds) @ Caesers Bluewaters, Dubai - Dubai, UAE
Updated March 30, 2021.
TeamFractionalAmerican
Jamel Herring20/23-115
Carl Frampton20/23-115

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Caesars Bluewaters, Dubai: Located on the lavish man-made island of Bluewaters and connecting to the iconic Jumeirah Beach, Caesars Palace Bluewaters Dubai presents the WBO Junior Lightweight Title match between Jamel Herring and Carl Frampton.