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Frampton remarked that it has been a tough year but things are looking good going forward. “This year has been a terrible year, 2017, considering 2016 was the best year of my professional career. So this is a completely fresh start. A lot of things have changed recently for me but I’m feeling good for it, I want to put that all behind me and finish on a win,”

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