Found June 15, 2012 on The Queensbury Rules:
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British super-bantamweight gaffer Scott Quigg will be bidding to off the man looming one spot ahead of him in the domestic rankings this weekend -- as perplexing as that must sound to the layman -- Nottingham veteran Rendall Munroe. After relinquishing the European championship he guarded with distinction for the better part of two years (in order to mount an unsuccessful alphabet title tilt against the underrated Japanese Toshiaki Nishioka) Munroe aims to capture domestic gold for the first time while solidifying his status as the best 122 pounder of his country. Quigg, 23-0 (17), almost came unstuck last time out against another old hand in the guise of Welshman Jamie Arthur. The Bury stalker, who built a solid defensive base under former taskmaster Brian Hughes, bumbled into a straight left hand which flipped him over onto his face. It was a flash-point that quickened the pen nibs of the critics of Joe Gallagher, the Manchester guru who inherited Quigg’s reins and whose stable h...
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