Guillermo Rigondeaux (16-0, 10KOs) was far from impressed by what he saw when Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg squared off at Manchester Arena on Saturday.
Frampton won a split decision victory in a less than impressive unification fight and claimed the WBA super bantamweight title in the process.
Rigondeaux, a two-time Olympic gold medallist, was quick to fire shots at both Frampton and Quigg after watching the lacklustre performance. “Just so Frampton and Quigg know, I still want to fight both of you. So stop thinking about a rematch and fight me first,” said Rigondeaux on social media.
“No wonder [Quigg has] been running away from me 4 years. He can’t even box. Do you guys remember what happened to Nonito? Wait until I get this guy.
“I will be arriving in Liverpool in a few days. If Al Haymon doesn’t let [Frampton] fight me, [then] come and see me. We can do a few rounds of sparring.
“The only one of these guys that got my absolute respect today is Jazza Dickens. He made no excuses. I hope these guys learn something from him.”