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Scott Quigg was born in Manchester England on October 9th in 1988. He made his professional boxing debut in 2007 and went 5-0 that year with just 2 wins coming by knockout. In 2008 Quigg went 6-0 with 4 wins coming by stoppage. He fought 5 times each in 2009 & 2010 going 10-0 while capturing the WBA Inter-continental super bantamweight title.
In 2011 Quigg won the British super bantamweight title and with a record of 24-0 he fought Rendall Monroe for the interim WBA super bantamweight title but the fight ended in a draw. Quigg won the interim title in a rematch with Monroe 5 months later. Quigg got his first world title shot in 2013 when he faced off against Yoandris Salinas for the WBA super bantamweight championship, but history repeated itself as the fight ended in a draw.
Quigg got a second chance at the WBA super bantamweight world title in his next fight and didn’t let the judges’ decide his fate as he knocked out Diego Silva in the 2nd round to win his first world title. Quigg has made 4 successful title defenses and goes for his 5th title defense, as well as a chance to win the IBF super bantamweight world title when he takes on Carl Frampton in February of 2016.