New Customer Offer: Frampton to win at 28/1
Frank Monkhouse | 28 January 2017
Massive price boost on The Jackal
Big-time boxing is back on our screens this weekend as undefeated Carl Frampton meets Leo Santa Cruz in a rematch the fight game has been waiting for. WBA featherweight world champion Frampton won by the tightest of margins last time and aims to do a more convincing job on Saturday.
We’ve cranked up the energy in this one by offering new custoers a knockout 28/1 on Carl Frampton to beat Leo Santa Cruz. It doesn’t matter how he does it, if it’s another narrow win, or a first round KO, as long as the Brit does the damage, you’ll get the prize. Defeat last time out means the challenger has now failed to win twice in his career. We expect that to read thrice come the conclusion of this one.
To take advantage of this price boost simply sign up for an online or mobile account with us, staking just £/€1, with a minimum of £/€5 deposit, and if Frampton wins on Saturday night, you will receive your £/€28 winnings in free bets.
Experts in the fight game have this one marked down as a strong Frampton win, before the Belfast slugger moves on to a potential super-fight with Welshman Lee Selby. That would be the perfect outcome for British fans, but if things don’t go according to plan in Vegas, and Frampton fails to win the bout, we’ll help you pick up the pieces with a £/€5 free bet to use however you like. Now, doesn’t that just deliver a body-blow to the competition?
Bets must be placed between 08:00 GMT on Friday 27th January and 23:00 GMT on Saturday 28th January to qualify. Terms and conditions apply and you must be 18+ to play.
More of the same from Frampton
Carl Frampton took his career record to a perfect 23 last time out when beating his most-dangerous opponent to date in Mexico’s Leo Santa Cruz. A punch-perfect performance saw him awarded the points win, but only by majority after one pair of eyes at ringside called it a draw. That was rubbished by the other two scoring judges that night who gave it to Frampton by four and six rounds.
29-year-old Carl has some big contests in the pipeline, but he must settle an old score first, finally putting that dispute with Santa Cruz to bed. The only way to achieve that is to beat him again, and do it in even more convincing fashion this time. A knockout win would be just the ticket. Frampton already has the measure of his man and will prove it.