Re: So, what do we think of Frampton's win?
Kiko's a tough guy, to KO him is a great marker from him at this point in his career. He took a few shots, but that showed he's got a chin so it's a fair trade off. Was it perfect, of course not, defence is a work in progress for him, but at this stage it was a great showing. I would keep him at Euro level for 4 to 5 fights before going for gold though, if his learning curve keeps going in the right direction he's got a great chance at grabbing a world belt in early 2014.