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In recent months, ‘The Jackal’ Carl Frampton has endured a radical overhaul of his professional career. He parted ways with longtime promoter/manager Barry McGuigan and his son and former trainer Shane McGuigan. Frampton then signed a promotional deal with Frank Warren and revamped his team and is now under new management and even recruited former champion, Jamie Moore as his new trainer.

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