Date: 12th September 2014 at 5:13pm
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Topping the bill at the Manchester Arena tomorrow night (Saturday), Scott Quigg is expected to make a successful defence of his WBA super-bantamweight title.

It is expected that Quigg will move a step closer to a domestic showdown with Carl Frampton in a bout everybody will want to see.

Tomorrow, the bookmakers have Quigg as a 12-1 on shot to hold onto his title obviously dismissing the chances his opponent, Stephane Jamoye, has of causing an impact.

Looking at Jamoye?s record it is perhaps easy to see why that is the case.

Although still only 24 years of age, the challenger from Belgium has already got 5 defeats on his record and has also been stopped on 2 occasions with many suggesting that Jamoye is nothing more than a beefed up bantamweight.

However, nothing is certain in boxing and Quigg will have to be on top of his game to make sure there are no slip-ups!