Feared Cuban hitman Guillermo Rigondeaux has called out the new WBA Super World Featherweight Champion Carl Frampton after his majority decision win over Leo Santa Cruz last night.

The 35-year-old, 17-0 star took to Twitter immediately following Frampton's fight of the year contender win over rival Santa Cruz last night to make it clear he wanted to square off with the Northern Irishman soon.

Carl Frampton

In a series of tweets, Rigo, who's also known as "El Chacal" or "The Jackal", took to social media: "Just so everyone knows ahead of time. Don't care who win. I fight the winner anytime, anywhere.

"Congratulations to Carl Frampton. I hope now we can settle our difference. I am available to travel to your hometown and do it there.

"I am not going to criticize Leo Santa Cruz. The kid have a heart and he did all he could vs a guy that was obviously a better boxer.

"I would love to fight in Belfast my self.

"If only! [with a picture of two Jackals fighting]"