Carl Frampton and Scott Quigg clash for the IBF and WBA super bantamweight titles at the Manchester Arena on Saturday February 27 and you can follow the build-up with all the big fight news, odds, tale of the tape, fighter records, running order and more.
Belfast’s Carl Frampton (21-0, 14 KOs) faces bitter rival Scott Quigg (31-0-2, 23 KOs) of Bury in a world super-bantamweight unification title fight at a sold-out Manchester Arena on Saturday, February 27.
Tickets sold out in minutes for this England v Northern Ireland clash and there has been no shortage of pre-fight verbal sparring between the two fighters, who put their respective IBF and WBA titles on the line, as well as their respective trainers Joe Gallagher and Shane McGuigan.
Frampton v Quigg heads a stellar night of boxing which also features top British stars including Gavin McDonnell, Hosea Burton, Ryan Burnett and Charlie Edwards on a stacked undercard.
Right here we have , news from both camps, predictions from the world of boxing, features, fighter records and statistics as well as the tale of the tape, the full card running order, plenty of video interviews and details of how to watch the Sky Box Office Event.
More will appear right here as Saturday night’s thrilling card draws ever closer so stay with sportinglife.com for all the essential big fight content.
Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg Fight Card
Date: Saturday February 27, 2016
Venue: Manchester Arena
Start Time: 1800 GMT
Here is the running order as it stands, starting with the latest at the top of the list:
Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg: WBA/IBF world super-bantamweight titles
Gavin McDonnell v Jorge Sanchez: WBC silver super-bantamweight title/eliminator for world title
Isaac Lowe v Marco McCullough: Commonwealth featherweight title)
Hosea Burton v Miles Shinkwin: British light-heavyweight title
Ryan Burnett v Anthony Settoul : WBC international bantamweight title
Charlie Edwards v Luke Wilton
Conrad Cummings v Victor Garcia
Josh Taylor v Lyes Chaibi
Marcus Morrison Istvan Kiss
Scott Fitzgerald v Ben Heap