Constantino Parente: GGG v Canelo 2: Carl Frampton tells judges to ‘f*** off’ as he reveals he scored fight 116-113 to Gennady Golovkin

CARL FRAMPTON told judges of the Gennady Golovkin-Saul Alvarez fight to “f**k off” after revealing his own scorecard.

Many fans were surprised as GGG ended up on the wrong end of a majority decision as the Kazakh suffered his first defeat.

Carl Frampton disagreed with the judges decision in GGG-Canelo 2
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Featherweight fighter Frampton posted his scorecard to social media, with Golovkin winning 116-113.

He followed that up with a tweet saying: “F**k off”

Frampton later added: “In hindsight alot of the rounds were close.

“I edged GGG but can we please applaud the smaller man Canelo’s chin.”

Golovkin had also been unhappy with the scores as he stormed out of the ring without completing the customary post-fight interview.

Frampton told the judges to “f**k off” from his Twitter account
Canelo lands a jab on Golovkin
Canelo lands a jab on Golovkin
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Saul Alvarez unleashes at Gennady Golovkin but was up against it for most of the time
Saul Alvarez unleashes at Golovkin in Las Vegas
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Gennady Golovkin
GGG was clearly angered by the decision after the fight

Speaking later at his press conference, he said: “I’m not going to say who won tonight because the victory belongs to Canelo according to the judges.

“I thought it was a very good fight for the fans and very exciting. I thought I fought better than he did.

“We would like to have a third fight, we will negotiate that, that’s what we want.”

When the two men met in their first fight 364 days prior, there was widespread derision after judge Adalaide Byrd scored the bout 118-110 to Canelo.

Most observers believed Golovkin had won.

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