Date: 18th September 2014 at 5:24pm
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Many suspected that after their respective wins Scott Quigg?s next fight would be against Carl Frampton.

Although Frampton was set to fight Chris Avalos, in a mandatory IBF defence, Eddie Hearn having agreed to co-promote the Californian was confident that he could be paid off to wait his chance to fight for the world title.

Hearn quite rightly acknowledged that the clamour for Quigg and Frampton to get into the ring was at a peak and any unnecessary delay could see that clamour drop.

Now that it has been declared that Frampton is out until February, Hearn had admitted that he may have to put Quigg in the ring before then to keep him sharp, with Hearn remarking about the situation,

?Frampton has to fight Avalos by December 4 but now that he?s injured, he?ll have to fight him by the end of February. His injury puts more pressure on making the Quigg-Frampton fight because he?s now not expecting to fight Avalos until February or March and I don?t think the British public will wait much longer for that fight.?

?If Frampton is not going to be ready until then, I?ll be looking to get Quigg out again before the end of the year.?

Against who remains to be seen!