Carl Frampton discusses need for trainer change, looks forward to Nonito Donaire challenge

Ahead of his WBO Interim Featherweight title fight with Filipino boxing legend Nonito Donaire, Carl Frampton says he is feeling better than ever after changing camps and putting external distractions behind him.

In an interview with Behind the Gloves, the former two weight world champion said “I’m happier than I’ve ever been as a boxer. I haven’t felt this good in so long, maybe since I was 11 or 12 years old.”Frampton says making a fresh start with new trainer Jamie Moore and Assistant Trainer Nigel Travis has made a huge difference.

“I’m just happy, there’s good camaraderie in the gym and we all bounce off each other and it’s the only time as a professional that I’ve gotten up in the morning, had a cup of coffee and some breakfast and looked forward to going to the gym,” he says.

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