Carl Frampton vs Emmanuel Dominguez fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, betting odds and live stream details

Carl Frampton vs Emmanuel Dominguez fight time, date, TV channel, undercard, schedule, venue, betting odds and live stream details

Published On Wednesday, July 24, 2019By British Boxing News

All the details you need to watch the Carl Frampton vs Emmanuel Dominguez fight

Two-weight world champion Carl Frampton (26-2, 15 KOs) will be back in action against Emmanuel Dominguez (26-8-2, 18 KOs) in he USS for the first time in two years.

Belfast’s Frampton, who was denied the IBF featherweight crown by Josh Warrington in his last fight back in December, is eager to secure a shot at WBO champion Oscar Valdez by making an example of 25-year-old former Mexican super-bantamweight champion Dominguez.

BBN have provided all the details viewers need to tune in and watch on the 222nd day of the year:



The bout takes place on August 15, the same day in history 70 years ago when Ezzard Charles TKO'd Gus Lesnevich in eight rounds for the world heavyweight boxing title



It takes place at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia


Rounds scheduled

10 three-minute rounds at the featherweight limit



No belts on the line



UK fight fans can expect ‘The Jackal’ and Mexico’s 'Veneno' to make their ringwalks any time after 4am (GMT) on Sunday morning


TV Coverage

Coverage will be live on BT Sport in association with Queensberry Promotions and on ESPN+ in association with Top Rank.


Live Stream

You can watch online via BT Sport website and the ESPN+ website. You can also keep up date with the action by following the BT Sport Boxing account on Twitter, as well as the official Frank Warren Twitter account.


Undercard Highlights

There's another cracking 10-round featherweight contest between former world champion Jason 'El Canito' Sosa (22-3-4), 31 from New Jersey, and Haskell 'Hackman' Lydell Rhodes (27-3-1), 31 from Oklahoma.

Sosa won the WBA world super-featherweight title in 2016 and defended it successfully against our very own Stephen Smith in Monte Carlo before conceding it to pound-for-pound superstar Vasiliy Lomachenko in 2017.


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Press Conference Quotes

Frampton said: “Dominguez is a tall, young, hungry featherweight, so I’ll need to be on my game.

“The premise of an Oscar Valdez fight is dangling in front of me, so I want to go out and show the world that I’ve still got what it takes to be a world champion.

“Winning is always the most important thing, but I want to do it in style. It’s great to be boxing Stateside again. And Philly, in particular, has so much boxing history.

“I’d like to thank MTK Global and Top Rank for giving me the opportunity. I won’t disappoint.”



Belast boxing hero Frampton is aiming to reach WBO world featherweight champion Oscar Valdez with a convincing win over Emmanuel Dominguez.

Frampton unified the WBA Super and IBF world super-bantamweight titles in 2016 before stepping up to 126lb and immediately dethroning Leo Santa Cruz as WBA Super world champion. 'The Jackal' wants to get back to being a world champion once again.

Frampton signed with MTK Global and Bob Arum's Top Rank with a view to get back to winning ways after December's defeat to Josh Warrington in order to get a shot at WBO king Oscar Valdez.

British fight fans may remember Frampton's 25-year-old Mexican opponent from his fight with Jordan Gill in March this year for vacant World Boxing Association International Featherweight Title, ending in TKO3 for Gill. Dominguez is a former Mexican champioat super-bantamweight and also once held the interim World Boxing Council FECOMBOX super-bantamweight title.

Despite not being on the same level as Frampton, his last five victories have all ended early so he will always pose a threat for as long as he's in there.


Betting Odds Supplied by 888Sport

1/50 Carl Frampton
12/1 Emmanuel Dominguez
33/1 Draw


Running Order

Carl Frampton vs Emmanuel Dominguez
10x3 Featherweight contest

Jason Sosa vs Haskell Lydell Rhodes
6x3 Super-featherweight contest

Edgar Berlanga vs TBC
6x3 Middleweight contest

Donald Smith vs Abdur-Raheem Abdullah
6x3 Featherweight contest

Paul Kroll vs Araik Marutjan
6x3 contest

Sean McComb vs Shinard Bunch
6x3 Welterweight contest

Sonny Conto vs Guillermo Del Rio
6x3 Heavyweight contest

Jeremy Adorno vs Fernando Robles
6x3 Super-bantamweight contest

Robeisy Ramirez vs Adan Gonzalez
6x3 Featherweight contest



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