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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 George Groves: Carl Froch first and then the world

George Groves: Carl Froch first and then the world

George Groves says the British super middleweight torch will be passed in spectacular fashion when he faces IBF titleholder Carl Froch in their much-anticipated rematch on Saturday at Wembley Stadium in London. Few doubt Groves’ ability to back up his brash words.

RingTv image Ricky Hatton breaks down Amir Khan versus Luis Collazo

Ricky Hatton breaks down Amir Khan versus Luis Collazo

The Amir Khan-Luis Collazo welterweight fight promises to be an entertaining and competitive attraction on Saturday. The chief support to the Floyd Mayweather Jr.-Marcos Maidana fight has divided opinion, but former champ Ricky Hatton is better suited than most to analyze it.

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.