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A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

A Great night for Scott Quigg, Anthony Crolla and Joe Gallagher

It was a case of anything you can do, I can do better, tonight in Manchester for Bury’s Scott Quigg, who successfully retained his WBA super-bantamweight title for the third time.  Quigg, 28-0-2 (21), matched the performance of two weeks ago by his great domestic rival Carl Frampton, by stopping overmatched challenger Tshifhiwa Munyai, 24-3-1 (12), in the second round.  Munyai was in a bad way after the stoppage and was taken to hospital after the fight for precautionary checks.

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