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Frampton admitted that his next assignment brings greater risks, but greater reward: "Josh Warrington's a different task altogether".
Frampton won via a ninth-round stoppage when Jackson's corner threw in the towel as he increasingly struggled to defend himself.
Warrington, who was ringside, said: "I'm looking to get the fight - for me, I beat (Lee) Selby and I'm still ranked behind Carl, so I'd like to be number one for Christmas".
In May, IBF champion Warrington won the title from Welshman Lee Selby, who had always been seeking a duel with the Jackal.
"I'm not a world champion, I'm not for a second saying I'm a world champion because I've got this interim title".
Frampton vs. Jackson is apresentation of Frank Warren's Queensbury Promotions.
The more experienced Frampton, a two-weight world champion, was fighting on home soil and a heavy favourite with the bookmakers.
"These are my prime years", he said. I have never felt better than I have with the team around me at the moment.
"I felt very composed and disciplined".
Frampton still delivers, but at 31 he might have peaked.
But fighting at the national stadium was something Frampton was desperate to do, and he ensured there was no anti-climax by breaking Jackson's stubborn resistance.
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"I was sat having a meal at 5pm and I was nervous, my hand was shaking, some extra nerves".
Jackson, 33, from Tasmania, had never fought outside Australia or against an elite boxer like Frampton before but showed plenty of ambition.
But that isn't getting to Jackson, who doesn't mind having the label attached to him.
The Northern Irishman did land a decent left hook in the second and regularly caught Jackson on the counter in the third round.
The underdog's face was didn't take long to become swollen, though the dominant Frampton also suffered a cut by his right eye.
Frampton kept up the same level of intent in the sixth round, landing a sweet right uppercut and boxing immaculately behind his jab. "I hit him with a body shot before I dropped him and I don't know how he stayed up from it".
There was less than a minute left and Jackson survived but in the ninth Frampton resumed the beating.
Jackson's trainer Billy Hussein threw in the towel in Belfast with his overmatched and outclassed fighter suffering constant punishment.
"It is going to be a great fight", Barnes predicted. It is one each in their two world-title contests.
Rosales made a good start to his first defense and unloaded fast combinations a few times when Barnes retreated to the ropes.
"Paddy (Barnes) is really stepping up to the plate after five professional fights and, if gameness wins world titles, he wins this weekend".