Guillermo Rigondeaux: Dawn of the the Rigolution ?

    Good article on Rigondeux http://www.punditarena.com/boxing/mmccarthy/guillermo-rigondeaux-dawn-of-the-rigolution/

“Best in Bury Ltd.” with Best in the World: Scott Quigg

  A market stall that supplies meats to a professional football club and a world boxing champion is aiming to double turnover and become a £4m operation. Best in Bury Foods Limited was running solely as a trading stall on Bury Market but expanded its online offering and set up a separate unit just before Christmas last year. Since then turnover has trebled to £2m according to owner Steve Hilton, who says Best in Bury delivers directly to customers’. The 50-year-old, who started working on Bury Market aged 13, also sells vegetables, fish, fruit, salads and cheeses. “We are the …

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Crolla relishing another Arena chance

    ANTHONY ‘Million Dollar’ Crolla is fully focused on putting on another explosive performance at the Manchester Arena on September 13. Chadderton-based Crolla (27) has been confirmed as the joint-headline act with Bury ace Scott Quigg for the latest massive Manchester show to be promoted by Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom outfit. WBO inter-continental lightweight champion Crolla is still waiting to hear who his opponent will be – an annoucement could be made within days – but he is hopeful of a dream World title chance. Cuban-born American Richar Abril – the 32-year-old WBA king – could face Crolla, though Hearn …

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Martinez Eyes Revenge: Frampton KO Made Me Stronger

Martinez: “Frampton defeat was meant for me, loss has made me stronger” By Nathan Orr On Sep 6, Kiko Martinez is set to return to Irish shores in a mouth-watering rematch against Carl Frampton, the outdoor venue on the Titanic slipway will play host to 16,000 people. Prior to the fight’s announcement, there was confusion to who the Spaniard would defend his IBF super bantamweight crown against next.  Many suggested that unifying the belts with WBA regular title holder Scott Quigg would be a viable option, although Martinez clarified his reasons for choosing to return to familiar Irish territory. “I …

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September 13th Confirmed for Scott Quigg. Manchester Phones 4 You Arena

  http://www.worldboxingnews.net/news/wbn/2014/07/09/matchroom-confirm-abraham-v-smith-outings-for-quigg-crolla-mitchell-selby-and-degale.htm    

Michael Gomez Jnr Pro debut and sparring with Scott Quigg.

http://www.worldboxingnews.net/news/wbn/2014/07/07/spotlight-on-michael-gomez-jnr-ahead-of-pro-debut.html

MARES TO STAY AT 126

http://www.eastsideboxing.com/2014/mares-to-stay-at-126-for-a-while-before-moving-to-130/

Bury world boxing champion Scott Quigg expecting ring return in September

Courtesy of the Bury Times: BURY boxing world champion Scott Quigg is set to return to the ring in Manchester on Saturday, September 13. An official announcement is expected next week as Quigg prepares for a fourth defence of his WBA super bantamweight belt. But the 25-year-old’s website has published a story from boxingscene.com stating he is likely to be taking on former WBC champion Victor Terrazas in the autumn. Quigg was last in action in April when he demolished South African Tshifhiwa Munyai inside five minutes at Manchester’s Phones 4U Arena. A proposed summer fight at Bury FC’s JD …

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Yoandris Salinas Aims To Be Impressive

  Super bantamweight Yoandris Salinas (20-0-2, 13 KOs) plans to put on an impressive performance, when he returns to action on July 12th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Salinas will take part in a stay busy fight against Mexico’s Enrique Quevedo (15-7-1, 9 KOs). The card will be headlined by another Mexico vs. Cuba encounter, when Saul “Canelo” Alvarez trades punches with WBA ‘regular’ junior middleweight champion Erislandy Lara. The return will be the first for Salinas since the twelve round majority draw against WBA champion Scott Quigg last October in London. Salinas wants to make a big …

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Nick Halling on Scott Quigg’s next fight.

courtesy of Boxingscene.com Scott Quigg will be defending his WBA super bantamweight title in Manchester on 13 September, but while it wont be a big-money unification fight against WBC title-holder Leo Santa Cruz, there’s a good chance that a Mexican will be in the opposite corner. Insider gossip suggests that former WBC boss Victor Terrazas is the name being lined up as the proposed opponent. If true, it makes a lot of sense. As a former champion, Terrazas brings solid credibility. In terms of style, he is similar to Santa Cruz, so he would be a perfect opponent in terms …

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