In spite of the massive range of sports gambling opportunities now available at the online sports gambling sites there are some sports which will always attract ardent support. One of these is boxing, a sport highly conducive to gambling particularly in-play gambling. Irish boxing gambling fans are a patriotic bunch and like nothing better than a successful Irish born fighter whichever side of the border he is from, so tomorrow will be an important occasion for Irish fans of gambling on boxing. Not only is Carl Frampton currently the best boxer we have at the moment but he is also associated with one of the Irish all-time greats of the sport in Barry McGuigan. Carl Frampton is the IBF world super-bantamweight champion, and tomorrow in Manchester he will attempt to defeat Scott Quigg, the current undefeated WBA world champion. All boxing gambling fans will know that this is a tough fight to call however and both men deserve their status. When it comes to gambling on boxing most fans will know that some fights come down to very tight margins, and this bout is likely to be one of those. Irish fans of gambling on boxing will hope that the presence of Shane Mcguigan in Frampton’s corner will prove to be the deciding factor however. Shane Mcguigan is of course Barry Mcguigans son, and is rapidly establishing his reputation as a boxing trainer, with the likes of David Haye and George Groves also seeking his advice. By all accounts he employs a variety of new training methods as well as being meticulous in his analysis of opponents and ways of breaking them down, and although he is probably the youngest successful boxing trainer he comes with an impressive pedigree. Let’s hope that Frampton can cement his reputation as one of the greats of Irish boxing and bring even more credit to the name of Mcguigan in the sport.