Born on February 21, 1987 in Shore Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland, he is a boxer by profession who came from United Kingdom. His nicknames are – The Jackal and Brick Fists.

Carl also won the silver medal  in the European Union Amateur Boxing Championships held in Dublin in the year 2007, after he lost to France’s the Khedafi Djelkhir while contending the final.

Frampton has won over 100 of the fights he appeared in and tasted the lost 8 times, hence is one of the most successful in the category of the amateur boxers of ireland of recent years.

His skills have been proved many a times in his fights and he still is continuing to do the same.

He became a professional boxer in the year 2009 after winning the fight from Sandor Szinavel in the Olympia held in Liverpool.

In the same year 2009, he had defeated his opponents – Yannis Lakrout and Ignac Kassai and claimed his first title match.

Thereafter he rises to fame in the year 2010 by defeating Gavin Reid for BBBofC Celtic Super Bantamweight title held in Ulster Hall.

In year 2011, Frampton became the new champion of Commonwealth Super Bantamweight championship after defeating his opponent Mark Quon.

Frampton wants his followers to remember him the way they did Barry McGuigan, who was his manager and manifested the symbol of peace, even during the fights.

In this year so far as of April 2016, he hasn’t been defeated by his opponents yet.

He has along with the fame and success, gained quite an amount.

Carl Frampton has an estimated net worth of about $1.8 Million as of 2016.

Quick Summary:

Full Name: Carl Frampton

Date of birth: February 21, 1987

Birth Place: Shore Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland

Age: 32 years

Profession: Boxer

Height:  1.65 m

Weight: 62 kg

Net Worth: $ 1.8 Million