Carl Frampton smiled when he heard Kid Galahad’s comments on Saturday night.
Galahad called out Frampton and domestic rival Scott Quigg after beating James Dickens for the British Super-bantamweight title.
Galahad – who stopped Dickens in the 10th round – said after the victory: “I would like to get in the ring any time with Carl Frampton or Scott Quigg.
“I’d even take both of them on in the same night as I’m that confident I would beat them.”
But Frampton says he has heard it all before.
“He is a great talker but I don’t take much notice of what he says.
“He thinks he is the new Prince Nassem Hamed but there are two differences between Galahad and Naseem.
“Naseem could punch and take a dig, But Galahad can do neither.
“He fought well against Dickens, but I thought Jazza would be weight-drained and that seemed to be the case,” Frampton added.
And Frampton says he is delighted with the news that Marc McCullough will face Willie Casey on the undercard of his IBF World title eliminator against Jeremy Parodi at the Odyssey on October 19.
“That is a great fight on what will be a great show. The two of them can bang and fight,” he added.