39 Facts About Scott Quigg

1. Scott Quigg is a former WBA champ at super-bantamweight and can become a two-weight king if he wins.

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2. Scott Quigg is a come-forward fighter who has only lost once, when he was neutralised by a clever, cautious Carl Frampton in 2016.

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3. Scott Quigg is supposed to be loyal to Bury as well, but there is no interjection, no roar from the younger man.

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4. Scott Quigg would have been downed in his sixth and eleventh fight if that was the case—against Gheorghe Ghiompirica.

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5. Scott Quigg is a former WBA world super-bantamweight champion before he lost his title in a split-decision defeat to Carl Frampton in which he broke his jaw after just four rounds.

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6. Scott Quigg is three inches taller, considers himself the superior physical fighter and he believes that he knows exactly what Frampton will do.

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7. Scott Quigg had only 12 amateur fights but still managed to win an ABA Junior championship and represent England before turning professional, joining Ricky Hatton's fledgling stable in 2009.

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8. Scott Quigg views those schooldays as the worst time in his life.

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9. Scott Quigg fought six more times in 2008, winning on each occasion, a run that included a victory over Ghana's tough journeyman Sumaila Badu in just the first round of a four round contest.

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10. Scott Quigg is a British professional boxer and a former WBA super-bantamweight champion.

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11. Scott Quigg dug in hooks to the body and downed Munroe twice in round six, forcing the ref to pull the Leicester veteran out.

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12. Scott Quigg showed a great engine in his professional debut in 2007, outpointing Gary Shiel over six rounds.

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13. Scott Quigg was born on October 9 1988 in Bury to mother Lindsay and father Kenny.

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14. Scott Quigg has told Carl Frampton that he is focused on winning a world title,rather than a huge domestic showdown with the Jackal.

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15. Scott Quigg admitted he was a bit reckless in the opening round and said, "You cannot do that at a higher level.

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16. Scott Quigg proved to be too much for Yefimovych and landed power shots to the head.

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17. Over the next 8 rounds, Scott Quigg took over landing the better shots.

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18. At the time of the fight, Scott Quigg was ranked number 6 by the IBF.

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19. On 20 February 2017, Scott Quigg announced that he had parted ways with long time trainer Joe Gallagher.

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20. Scott Quigg stopped Cayetano in the 9th round in his debut at featherweight, dropping Cayetano with a right hand to the head in the 9th.

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21. Scott Quigg had to undergo surgery after suffering a broken jaw during the fight.

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22. Scott Quigg made his fifth title defence against Hidenori Othake at the sold out Echo Arena in Liverpool on the undercard of Cleverly v Bellew II on 22 November 2014 live on Sky Sports Box Office.

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23. Scott Quigg seemed to size up Jamoye and waited until the closing minutes before unleashing crunching body shots that sent Jamoye into reverse.

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24. Scott Quigg showed destructive power to twice floor Munyai before referee Howard Foster intervened with Munyai on the ropes.

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25. Scott Quigg successfully defended his title for the third time with a second-round stoppage of Munyai.

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26. Scott Quigg returned to the Phones 4U Arena on 19 April 2014 to defend his world title against South African Tshifhiwa Munyai.

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27. Scott Quigg floored Silva with a thumping right upper cut and sealed it with a right hook.

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28. Scott Quigg told Sky Sports that he felt he won the fight by at least 2 rounds.

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29. Scott Quigg fought at the Bolton Arena on 29 June 2013 against Brazilian Willian Prado at Featherweight in a scheduled 10 round bout.

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30. On 4 February 2012, Scott Quigg made the first defence of his title, beating the rugged veteran Jamie Arthur in an eighth-round stoppage, despite being put on the canvas in the fourth.

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31. Scott Quigg defeated Venezuela's Franklin Varela via a 7th round stoppage in his second defence on 23 July 2011, and was ranked fourth in the WBA.

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32. Scott Quigg managed to put Sassou down in the 7th round before running out a unanimous points winner over 12 rounds.

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33. On 25 September 2010 Scott Quigg returned to the Castle Leisure Centre in Bury to compete for the WBA Inter-Continental title against Argentinian boxer Santiago Allione stopping him in the third round.

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34. Scott Quigg fought a British title eliminator against tough Scotsman Gavin Reid in his next fight on 16 July 2010.

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35. Scott Quigg remained unbeaten with a further five victories on Hatton Promotions bills in 2009.

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36. Scott Quigg fought six more times in 2008, winning on each occasion, a run that included a victory over Ghana's tough journeyman Sumaila Badu in just the first round of a four-round contest.

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37. Scott Quigg started his fight career as a child practising Muay Thai boxing at GFC Muay Thai in Bury.

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38. Scott Quigg has told Framton and his team to focus on their own career, and not concentrate on him.

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39. Scott Quigg focused on World title shot, not Carl Frampton.

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