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Carl Frampton has officially left his long-term manager Barry McGuigan.

The former world champion was mentored by McGuigan since 2009 and managed to capture two world titles under his tutelage. In 2016, Frampton was voted Fighter Of The Year by Ring Magazine.

While there is not an official reason for Frampton’s departure, it’s believed that the events that took place in July with the Andres Gutierrez fight may have lead to ‘The Jackal’s” departure.

Frampton has released a statement regarding his departure.

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