Jamel Herring TKO6 Carl Frampton... Former United States Marine Jamel Herring made a triumphant return to the Middle East, retaining his WBO 130-pound championships with a sixth-round stoppage of Northern Ireland's Carl Frampton. For the first three rounds, the 5'5" Frampton could not overcome the height advantage he ceded to the 5'10" Herring. But in round four, Frampton began to find a way inside and drew blood from Herring's right eye, which has been a problem for Herring in the past. Round five started off positively for Frampton, and his inside work appeared to have Herring bothered by his worsening eye. But things changed quickly when Herring landed a straight left in round five that knocked Frampton down. In round six, Herring landed an uppercut that kncoked down Frampton again, with Frampton barely beating the count. Frampton got up and began exchanging with Herring. With Herring getting the best of the action, Frampton's corner stood up on the ring apron and ended the fight. Kerring is now 23-2 and has a mandatory defense due against former 126-pound title holder Shakur Stevenson that he is unlikley to make. More than likely, Herring will either unify or move back to lightweight next. In the ring afterwards, an emotional Frampton announced his retirement, saying he wanted to get home to his wife and kids.