Super lightweight Tommy Coyle added some life to his career as he beat local favorite Ryan Kielczweski in tight, evenly matched fight. Neither guy was willing to go all-out in the bout early on. In the seventh round, Coyle landed a solid left hook that sent Kielczweski to the canvas. Coyle
Skillful Violence, Valdez beats Quigg ? A post shared by Top Rank Boxing (@trboxing) on Mar 11, 2018 at 9:25am PDT In a delightful main event between Oscar Valdez and Scott Quigg that was marred badly by Quigg missing weight by 2.8 lbs, which hung an ugly stain over an
WBO featherweight champion Oscar Valdez (24-0, 19 KOs) won an action-packed main event that saw Scott Quigg (34-2-2, 25 KOs) on Saturday night at a rainy StubHub Center in Carson, California as both fighters left injured, Quigg with a broken nose and Valdez with a broken jaw. Quigg also missed
Oscar Valdez vs. Scott Quigg In one of the most entertaining fights which might only be rivaled by the co-feature, featherweight powerhouse and two-time Mexican Olympian Oscar Valdez takes on Scott Quigg in a truly interesting ESPN main event promoted by Top Rank Inc as the promotion continues putting on
Oscar Valdez expects a toe-to-toe battle when he squares off against veteran Scott Quigg, Saturday, March 10, at the StubHub Center in Carson, California. Valdez fights are never short on drama, and the StubHub Center — nicknamed “The War Grounds” by Timothy Bradley — has been the site of numerous Fight of the Year-caliber contests.
On March 10th, the headliner might be Oscar Valdez vs. Scott Quigg, but the boxing world is buzzing over two undefeated prospects in 130 lbs. division doing battle on ESPN, minutes prior at the StubHub Center in Carson, Ca, as San Jose’s Andy Vences takes on Detroit’s Erick De Leon.
Carl Frampton had a decent, but not noteworthy 2015 as it appeared the super bantamweight was either not what he was cracked up to be or outgrew the 122 lbs. weight class. In 2016, we as fight fans learned that it was the later as Frampton put together two stellar
WBA super bantamweight champion Carl Frampton was stripped of his title today for not facing Guillermo Rigondeaux in his next bout. Quigg, who took one voluntary defense against Scott Quigg whom he defeated in February by split decision. Frampton, who had to fight Rigondeaux next to defend his title show
Showtime has acquired the U.S. television broadcast to the February 27 clash between super bantamweight world championship unification bout between IBF champion Carl Frampton and WBA titlist Scott Quigg. That bout will air live on Showtime from Manchester Arena in Manchester, England. At the time of this report the it is
Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg will meet for the IBF and WBA World Super-Bantamweight titles at the Manchester Arena on Saturday, February 27, 2016. The eagerly anticipated showdown between the British rivals was announced live on Sky Sports News this afternoon with the pair putting titles, unbeaten records and bragging