Learning Curve: Scott Quigg Ticks Another Box In Up And Down Win Over Jamie Arthur

(Photo via)Scott Quigg found himself resting on his face in the 4th round of his British junior featherweight title defence against Cwmbran challenger Jamie Arthur, yet the Bury starlet managed to react like the fighter of real quality he shows continuing signs of becoming in clambering up to stop his assailant in round 8. After a cagy opening quarter at Bolton’s Reebok Stadium...
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February 05, 2012  |  Discuss

British Beat: Scott Quigg Sharpens Up Against Jamie Arthur; Tony Dodson Looks To Upset “The ...

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...
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February 02, 2012  |  Discuss

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