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Last night Carl Frampton scored a wide points win over Raul Hirales, taking home scores of 120-108, 119-109 and 119-109. He took Hirales' unbeaten record and extended his own to fourteen fights, but he didn't look especially impressive. Frampton had the eyes of nearly every British boxing fan on him last night, fighting in a prominent slot right before the Froch-Bute match. He needed to put on an exciting performance to get people talking about him, and I'm not sure he did that.

While he was technically good and there was no danger of there being anything other than a Frampton win, he didn't throw the kinds of combinations that get people talking about it in the office. No doubt he has boosted his profile, but I'm sure Barry McGuigan will tell him to throw atom boms next time out. The question is, who will he fight next?

There are a few people he could face at super bantamweight, but the Frampton camp have only got one target in mind. They are going after Kiko Martinez, the EBU champion from Alicante. Martinez has a 26-3-0 record, he is a decent name in the division, and he holds a European  belt, and that makes him a perfect fit for Frampton to face next. He is also a flawed fighter, having already been found out by Takalani Ndlovu and Rendall Munroe (twice).

Frampton vs Martinez is the most logical fight, and it is one that Barry McGuigan has been talking about getting for a while. I'd expect it to be announced soon.