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Carl Frampton Record

Total Fights31
Title Wins3
Title Defenses3
Title-Fight KOs1
KO Wins16
KO Losses1
Carl Frampton Record & Stats
Carl Frampton's Record
Carl Frampton's boxing record and career infographic

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      What is Carl Frampton's boxing record?

      In a professional boxing career spanning 11 years and nine months, Carl Frampton fought 31 times with 28 wins and 3 losses.

      Frampton retired from professional boxing with a record of 28-3, which included three world-title wins and three successful title defense fights at the super-bantamweight weight division. He had a 51.6% knockouts-to-fights ratio with 16 of his total 31 fights being knockout wins, one of which was in a title fight. The only knockout loss in Frampton's career was a 6th round TKO loss to Jamel Herring in a super-featherweight title fight.

      His last fight was a 6th round TKO defeat to Jamel Herring on April 3, 2021. Frampton was fighting for the super-featherweight WBO title.

      Some of Frampton's best fights and notable victories include wins over Léo Santa Cruz, Chris Avalos, Kiko Martínez, Nonito Donaire, Tyler McCreary, Darren Traynor, and Luke Jackson.

      31Apr 3, 202134Jamel HerringLoss *TKO6
      30Aug 15, 202033Darren TraynorWinTKO7
      29Nov 30, 201932Tyler McCrearyWinUD
      28Dec 22, 201831Josh WarringtonLoss *UD
      27Aug 18, 201831Luke JacksonWinTKO9
      26Apr 21, 201831Nonito DonaireWinUD
      25Nov 18, 201730Horacio GarcíaWinUD
      24Jan 28, 201729Léo Santa CruzLoss *MD
      23Jul 30, 201629Léo Santa CruzWin *MD
      22Feb 27, 201629Scott QuiggWin *SD
      21Jul 18, 201528Alejandro González Jr.Win *UD
      20Feb 28, 201528Chris AvalosWin *TKO5
      19Sep 6, 201427Kiko MartínezWin *UD
      18Apr 4, 201427Hugo CázaresWinKO2
      17Oct 19, 201326Jeremy ParodiWinKO6
      16Feb 9, 201325Kiko MartínezWinTKO9
      15Sep 22, 201225Steve MolitorWinTKO6
      14May 26, 201225Raúl Hirales Jr.WinUD
      13Mar 17, 201225Prosper AnkrahWinKO2
      12Jan 28, 201224Kris HughesWinTKO7
      11Sep 10, 201124Mark QuonWinTKO4
      10Jun 4, 201124Robbie TurleyWinUD
      9Mar 5, 201124Oscar ChacinWinTKO4
      8Dec 3, 201023Gavin ReidWinTKO2
      7Sep 18, 201023Yuriy VoroninWinTKO3
      6Jun 11, 201023Ian BaileyWinUD
      5Mar 5, 201023Istvan SzaboWinTKO1
      4Feb 12, 201022Yoan BoyeauxWinUD
      3Nov 6, 200922Ignac KassaiWinTKO3
      2Sep 4, 200922Yannis LakroutWinUD
      1Jun 12, 200922Sandor SzinavelWinTKO2

      * World-title fight

      Boxing career

      Carl Frampton (The Jackal) is a 37-year old retired Irish professional boxer. He was born in Tigers Bay, Belfast, Northern Ireland on February 21, 1987. He is a former two-weight-class world champion. His professional boxing career spanned more than 11 years — from 2009 to 2021.

      Frampton made his professional boxing debut against Sandor Szinavel at the age of 22 on June 12, 2009, defeating Szinavel via 2nd round TKO. He went on to win 22 more consecutive fights after the debut, which included 13 wins via stoppage.

      He had his first world title fight at the age of 27 on September 6, 2014 after 18 professional fights, against Kiko Martínez for the super-bantamweight IBF title. He defeated Martínez via 12 round unanimous decision to become the super-bantamweight champion of the world.

      Carl Frampton was a one-time unified super-bantamweight world champion, and has won three world titles at two weight classes. For all the details about Frampton's world title wins and defenses refer to the "Championships" section below.

      Frampton had a total of three losses in his professional boxing career.

      His last professional fight was on April 3, 2021 against American boxer Jamel Herring for Herring's super-featherweight WBO title. Frampton lost the fight via 6th round TKO. It's been 3 years, 2 months, and 20 days since this fight.


      Frampton had a total of eight world-title fights, which includes winning three world titles and three successful title defenses. He won five of these fights and lost three.

      Title Wins

      Carl Frampton fought for world titles in five fights and won three of these fights. In total, he won three belts across two weight classes.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles WonMethod
      Jul 30, 2016Léo Santa CruzFeatherweightWBA (Super)MD
      Feb 27, 2016^Scott QuiggSuper-bantamweightWBA (Super)SD
      Sep 6, 2014Kiko MartínezSuper-bantamweightIBFUD
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Defenses

      Carl Frampton had four world-title defense fights across two weight classes — super-bantamweight (x3) and featherweight. He won three of them and lost once.

      Following is the table of his successful title defense fights, the next section has the fights where he lost his titles.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles DefendedMethod
      Feb 27, 2016^Scott QuiggSuper-bantamweightIBFSD
      Jul 18, 2015Alejandro González Jr.Super-bantamweightIBFUD
      Feb 28, 2015Chris AvalosSuper-bantamweightIBFTKO
      ^ Became unified world champion

      Title Losses

      Carl Frampton lost one world-title defense fight, and lost one title in the fight.

      DateOpponentDivisionTitles LostMethod
      Jan 28, 2017Léo Santa CruzFeatherweightWBA (Super)MD


      Frampton fought a total of 31 times during his professional career, which includes 8 world-title fights at three weight divisions. These six fights are the highlight of his career.

      • February 9, 2013: Carl Frampton puts on the first remarkable performance of his career, defeating Kiko Martínez via 9th round TKO.

      • September 6, 2014: Frampton wins his first world title by defeating Kiko Martínez via 12 round unanimous decision. He is now the IBF super-bantamweight world champion.

      • February 28, 2015: Frampton successfully defends the IBF super-bantamweight title against Chris Avalos, winning the fight via 5th round TKO.

      • February 27, 2016: Frampton becomes a unified super-bantamweight world champion by beating Scott Quigg via 12 round split decision. He now holds the IBF and WBA (Super) super-bantamweight world-champion belts.

      • July 30, 2016: Frampton wins the WBA (Super) featherweight title from Léo Santa Cruz, by beating Cruz via 12 round majority decision.

      • April 21, 2018: Carl Frampton beats Nonito Donaire via 12th round unanimous decision.


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