IBF World Featherweight Championship: Josh Warrington v Scott Quigg Manchester Arena May 2019

Warrington v Quigg

  • Warrington UD

    Votes: 22 91.7%
  • Quigg KO

    Votes: 2 8.3%
  • Quigg UD

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    24

thegee

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Feb 10, 2017
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@ Ernest Shackelton, the way he handled Frampton, why not? Regards Mervyn The Gee
 
May 15, 2017
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No Warrington Stoppage or Draw options? Should this strictly hypothetical fight occur, I believe that Warrington would stop Quigg. The Valdez fight took years off Quigg's shelf life. Should Scott even be able to make 126 he'd be drier than the Sahara. Should he enter the ring again as a WW he'd be a stationary punch bag for Josh. More likely that Josh will fight Valdez & IMHO he will prevail.
 
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Dec 8, 2018
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Good fight and one that Quigg could shine in. He'll find a home for that left hook time after time with Warrington marching forward.
 
Apr 19, 2014
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Quigg has regressed I feel, He was technically very sloppy against Valdez and Olyfemovich and was given a rather quick stoppage in that fight too when was catching a lot coming back himself, throwing the same left hook right hook combo diving in, no nice snappy combos to head and body like he used to throw and was leaving huge gaps in his defense, Warrington does what he did to Frampton IMO
 
Oct 21, 2016
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Quigg has regressed I feel, He was technically very sloppy against Valdez and Olyfemovich and was given a rather quick stoppage in that fight too when was catching a lot coming back himself, throwing the same left hook right hook combo diving in, no nice snappy combos to head and body like he used to throw and was leaving huge gaps in his defense, Warrington does what he did to Frampton IMO
Warrington beats Quigg very easily but Quigg is far more physical then Frampton.
 
Oct 21, 2016
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Yes indeed but he leaves a lot more holes defensively too especially to the body
Not really. Framptons defensive fragility was exsposed majorly in that fight. He was standing tall on the inside with his chin in the air against a bigger man. That's why he got pinged.
 
Apr 19, 2014
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Not really. Framptons defensive fragility was exsposed majorly in that fight. He was standing tall on the inside with his chin in the air against a bigger man. That's why he got pinged.
Quigg lifts his entire arm up to block a head punch and leaves his entire body exposed, watch for it he does it constantly, Quigg has been getting hit pretty much at will in his last 4-5 fights
 
Oct 21, 2016
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Quigg lifts his entire arm up to block a head punch and leaves his entire body exposed, watch for it he does it constantly, Quigg has been getting hit pretty much at will in his last 4-5 fights
I noticed he leans his head forward before he sets his feet to throw a combination aswell.
 
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