Date: 27th February 2016 at 10:27am
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Tonight, in our opinion, we?re set to witness a classic encounter when Scott Quigg and Carl Frampton go head-to-head in a super-bantamweight world title unification fight.

The promotion, at the Manchester Arena, is a Matchroom Boxing show and we now have the full running order for you to peruse:

Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg
12 x 3 minutes IBF & WBA Super-Bantamweight world titles

Gavin McDonnell v Jorge Sanchez
12 x 3 minutes WBC Silver & Eliminator for WBC Super-Bantamweight world title

Ryan Burnett v Anthony Settou
10 x 3 minutes vacant WBC International Bantamweight Championship

Marco McCullough v Isaac Lowe
12 x 3 minutes vacant Commonwealth Featherweight Championship

Josh Taylor v Lyes Chaibi
6 x 3 minutes Super-Lightweight contest

Hosea Burton v Miles Shinkwin
12 x 3 minutes vacant British Light-Heavyweight Championship

Scott Fitzgerald v Ben Heap
4 x 3 minutes Super-Welterweight contest

Charlie Edwards v Luke Wilton
10 x 3 minutes vacant WBC International Silver Flyweight Championship

Conrad Cummings v Victor Garcia
8 x 3 minutes Middleweight contest

Marcus Morrison v Istvan Kiss
6 x 3 minutes Super-Welterweight contest