Tagged: Scott Quigg

Fours Kings vs The ‘not so’ Super-Bantamweight Division.

The best want to fight the best don’t they?

The ‘golden era of boxing’ when the likes of Haggler, Hearns, Leonard and Duran won and lost titles in fights between themselves with the fans watching on in awe has clearly long been forgotten by the powers that be in boxing today.


We have four unbeaten champions in the super-bantamweight division.
Rigondeaux, Quigg, Santa-Cruz and Frampton.

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All of these guys are repeatedly asked the same questions such as;

Do you want to fight……..(the other 3)’ or ‘Who do you want to fight next?

They always seem to name each other and explain why they are number 1 and why they would beat the others should a fight come off. In after fight interviews they even call each other out but I just don’t think there is currently any real intention from any of the camps for these guys to fight one another.

In the majority of cases a mandatory defence of a title can be postponed for a unification fight, so this is not an excuse for why these fights haven’t occured yet.

The voluntarys that have taken place are somewhat embarassing considering the level of opposition that is available!

The fans want the fights, the media want the fights, and the fighters say they want the fights. maybe im missing a trick here but, come on

Lets get it on!


Only 1 Ricky Hatton? Who is next?

Every boxing fan in the UK knows the chant. “There’s only 1 Ricky Hatton!”


I’m not about to question it really, more ask the question can anyone else from the current crop of British fighters go on to fill his boots and gain the following that the Hitman once had. Continue reading

Who is the UK’s best active fighter?

Anyone who knows me well will know that there is not a lot I get more excited about than talking about boxing.

I love hearing opinions from casual fans as to who the best boxer in Britain really is as most of them can probably only name 3 or 4 active fighters anyway and I always get the same few names.

What I really want to know is what do the people who watch the smaller cards which don’t have the general public’s interest think?
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