Found February 02, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
As Belfast’s Carl Frampton shimmers in the aftermath of another well executed hatchet job this past weekend, his domestic rival and newly appointed British king at junior featherweight, Scott Quigg, looks to tilt the spotlight back his way on Saturday against recently retired Welshman, Jamie Arthur. Quigg punched laser beams through Jason Booth in October during an intense showing that coerced the Nottingham veteran to quit while he was still standing at the end of round 7. Arthur, too, tackled Booth in his own last outing, one which the latter managed to shade via split decision around a year ago. It was enough to convince Arthur, a former Commonwealth Games gold medallist, to refocus on an alternative career as a fitness instructor (he had previously taken a three-year sabbatical in 2005 after South African journeyman Harry Ramogoadi had derailed him in five). Lured back under the ring lights with the bait of a Lonsdale belt, Arthur starts swinging as a prohibitive underdog ag...
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