''I'd Beat Them Both In One Night'' - Prince Naseem Hamed Makes Arrogant Claim Ahead Of Frampton v Warrington
Prince Naseem Hamed has long been one of the most colourful characters in British boxing and the former world champion is once again in the news for one of his strong opinions.
The former multiple featherweight world champion is commonly regarded as one of the greatest British boxers of all time and he couldn't hide his famous bravado recently when asked by Boxing Social about the upcoming fight between Carl Frampton and Josh Warrington.
The two domestic rivals are meeting in Manchester for a massive world title fight on December the 22nd, but how would Naz have fared against either man in his heyday?
I found boxing so so easy...i'd have probably beaten them both on the same night. That's not disrespecting them, I love them, their nice kids...i'm just saying the way I am.
Naz was known for his brash confidence in the 90's as he swept through a series of opponents with a mix of power and speed the likes of which we have rarely seen in a boxing ring. The Sheffield fighter ultimately lost his discipline and appetite for training which was his downfall as a fighter but at his best, few can argue with his assessment of his chances against some of his
Leeds based Warrington goes into the fight with the Jackal with his IBF featherweight world title on the line having beaten Lee Selby at Elland Road earlier this year and it promises to be a thrilling night of action.
As for Prince Naseem Hamed, he continues to hit the headlines for his outspoken views with one of the biggest characters in the sport once again in the news.