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Bury's Quigg defends title

Bury boxer Scott Quigg has successfully defended his WBA super-bantamweight title against Stephane Jamoye in Manchester. He floored the Belgian in the third round. Jamoye was unable to recover and the bout was called off, with Quigg sending the perfect message to domestic rival Carl Frampton. Quigg wants to meet Frampton - the new IBF holder - in a domestic grudge match and that will now be at the top of the agenda. On the same bill, Anthony Joshua extended his professional record to eight knockout wins from eight as he demolished Konstantin Airich in the third round.

Scott Quigg in action against Stephane Jamoye Credit: Martin Rickett/PA Wire/Press Association Images

Quigg v Frampton could be staged at Old Trafford

Bury boxer Scott Quigg dropped into the Granada Reports studio with promoter Eddie Hearn to discuss Saturday's world title fight against Stephane Jamoye in Manchester. Hearn says a unification fight between WBA champion Quigg and IBF champ Carl Frampton could be staged at Manchester United's Old Trafford stadium next year.

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Bury boxer Scott Quigg says his fight will be dangerous

Bury boxer Scott Quigg makes the third defence of his WBA World Super Bantamweight belt this Saturday.

As one of just three British world champions all eyes will be on the Phones 4 U Arena as he tops the bill in front of his home-crowd.

He faces South African Tshifhiwa Munyai.

David Chisnall met up with Scott at Manchester's Town Hall to see how his build up is going.

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