Carl Frampton UK fight time, ring walk time and undercard running order

Carl Frampton finally meets Jamel Herring tonight in a much-delayed fight which could define his legacy.

The bout was due to take place first last year and then earlier in 2021 but Frampton suffered a hand injury.

The fight has also been moved from London to Dubai but promises to be one of the hardest to pick a winner in so far this year.

Frampton knows victory will elevate him to become Ireland's greatest-ever fighter having already won world titles at super-bantamweight and featherweight.

But standing ins his way is bona fide super-featherweight champion Herring who is determined to return to America with his belt.

Here is everything you need to know about tonight's fight…

What time is the fight on?

The fight is expected to start just after 10pm UK time which is just after 1am local time in Dubai.

How to watch on TV and via live stream

The main event will be shown on Channel 5 in the UK with the broadcast starting at 10pm. The fight can also be streamed on your PC or mobile device using the Channel 5 player.

The fights are also expected to be streamed on the iFL TV YouTube channel.

Who is on the undercard?

Tursynbay Kulakhmet vs Heber Rondon

Donnie Nietes vs Pablo Carrillo

Zhankosh Turarov vs Tyrone McKenna

Faizan Anwar vs Evgenii Vazem

Keyshawn Davis vs Richman Ashelley

Fahad Al Bloushi vs Suraj

Odds

FIGHT ODDS

Carl Frampton 5/6

Jamel Herring 5/6

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*Odds subject to change

Quotes corner

Carl Frampton

"I gotta expect the best Jamel Herring there's ever been. We look at Jamel's last performance [against Jonathan Oquendo], he gets a bit of criticism from that, from the media and from other people. My own performance wasn't brilliant in my last fight [last August against Darren Traynor]. I think both of us need to be a lot better in this fight to come out victorious. I'm prepared to be better. Hopefully, Jamel is as well, and I think it's going to be a good fight."

Jamel Herring

"I don't have any doubts with the fight happening in Dubai because I'm a U.S. Marine. I've fought everywhere, in terms of the battlefield or in the ring. If you guys remember, I was willing to face him in Belfast with no issue, in front of thousands of people. I was willing to give him that home field advantage because I wanted the fight that bad that I didn't really care where the fight was at. As long as we had a ring and some gloves, I didn't care."

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