Carl Frampton believes he would blow Scott Quigg away ‘in three rounds’ after watching his rival in action on Saturday night.
Quigg retained his WBA super-bantamweight title with the judges scoring a majority draw against Cuba’s Yoandris Salinas.
Frampton and Quigg has always been touted as a huge fight down the line - but ‘The Jackal’ - before he faces Jeremy Parodi at the Odyssey on October 19 - says he would have Quigg’s number if they do meet in the ring.
“I thought Salinas won the fight by a round but they both looked very ordinary.
“The Cuban only lost the fight because he became lazy in the later rounds.
“He could have won every round if he had continued to use his jab and I thought his tactics at the end of the fight were very strange.
“I think we all saw what Quigg has to offer on Saturday night and I think I could take him out in three rounds.
“He was wobbled on Saturday night by a couple of jabs and because of that he was too nervous to throw shots,” he added.
And Quigg’s camp have talked about facing IBF World champion Kiko Martinez - but Frampton says thay should avoid the Spaniard.
“Kiko would blow him out of the water. He would destro y him.
“Quigg looked ordinary on Saturday night and hopefully we can meet in the future,” added Frampton.