With the recent addition of Jack Catterall into the VIP Gym, trainer Jamie Moore has a lot on his plate, especially with Carl Frampton and Martin Murray's upcoming fights.

Murray challenges Billy Joe Saunders for the WBO World Middleweight Title on April 14th at The O2, then one week later Frampton returns to Belfast to take on Nonito Donaire.

"Carl Frampton and Martin Murray have got huge fights coming up. Real, real big fights and winnable fights," Moore told the latest BoxNation Podcast.

"Definitely for Martin Murray, it's his last chance. He probably isn't going to get another opportunity after this. I think all those setbacks he's had in the past, and the lessons he's learnt from them, are going to stand him in good stead for this fight."

Jamie Moore

At the January press conference, Murray admitted this is his final chance for world glory. However Frampton is confident the best is yet to come as he chases a stadium showdown in the summer.

"We're in a better position now, the first fight was a bit of a dress rehearsal," Moore admitted, referring to the November win over Horacio Garcia. "We know each other now. Donaire's a dangerous fighter - let's not beat around the bush. He's a proven four-time World Champion, [and] can punch. He's 35, probably seen better days, but he's still a hell of a fighter so it's a dangerous fight.

"I just believe Carl Frampton is coming to the stage of his career now where he's going to have the best performances. He's got that Windsor Park, big venue...his dream as a kid. He's got all those things to look forward to!"

Moore also discussed the link-up with Catterall: "He's 24, so he's still got learning and development to do, but he's got all the attributes. He's slotted well into the gym, he's got a good demeanor about him, nice character and yeah I'm looking forward to working with him," added the 39-year-old.

Also on episode 13 of the BoxNation Podcast, Mitchell Smith speaks in-depth about his troubles out of the ring, Anthony Yarde and Daniel Dubois reflect on their weekend victories, plus Mark Heffron has a message for Tommy Langford.

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