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RingTv image Scott Quigg calls out Leo Santa Cruz, will fight him “anywhere”

Scott Quigg calls out Leo Santa Cruz, will fight him “anywhere”

British junior featherweight Scott Quigg is calling out WBC titleholder Leo Santa Cruz. Quigg’s UK rival Carl Frampton was Santa Cruz’s No. 1 challenger but Frampton will face IBF titleholder Kiko Martinez on Sept. 6. Quigg told RingTV.com: “This is the one I’ve always wanted and I’m 100 percent convinced that I’ll beat him.”

RingTv image Scott Quigg batters Tshifhuwa Munyai in two

Scott Quigg batters Tshifhuwa Munyai in two

British junior featherweight ace Scott Quigg swept aside late replacement Tshifhuwa Munyai in two rounds at the Manchester Arena in England on Saturday. “I wanted to make a statement and I promised that you would see the best of me,” said Quigg.

RingTv image Scott Quigg: “My best beats anyone else’s best”

Scott Quigg: “My best beats anyone else’s best”

Unbeaten junior featherweight standout Scott Quigg is focused on late-substitute Tshifhiwa Munyai, who he faces in Manchester, England, on Saturday, but he’s looking for showdowns with titleholders Leo Santa Cruz and Kiko Martinez, and fellow British star Carl Frampton.

RingTv image Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Dougie’s Friday mailbag

Fans share their thoughts on Canelo Alvarez-Alfredo Angulo, Miguel Cotto-Sergio Martinez, Carl Froch-George Groves II, Shawn Porter-Paul Malignaggi, Kell Brook, Leo Santa Cruz, Carl Frampton and other fighters and fights in this week’s Friday mailbag. Enjoy!

RingTv image Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Dougie’s Monday mailbag

Fight fans share their thoughts about Ruslan Provodnikov’s impressive 10th-round stoppage of Mike Alvarado, what could be or should be next for the Russian bomber, and questions about a few British standouts in this week’s Monday mailbag.

RingTv image Frampton in search of bigger challenges

Frampton in search of bigger challenges

After a promotional change earlier in the year and a fight postponement due to injury, undefeated junior featherweight contender Carl Frampton is ready to make up for lost time. The popular Belfast native, who fights Jeremy Parodi in his hometown on Saturday, has set sights on UK rival Scott Quigg and newly crowned IBF beltholder Kiko Martinez.

RingTv image Q&A: Scott Quigg

Q&A: Scott Quigg

Scott Quigg’s anticipated matchup with fellow undefeated 122-pounder Yoandris Salinas was in jeopardy after the postponement of David Haye-Tyson Fury, but some quick maneuvering landed the fight on this Saturday’s card in London.