Date: 15th August 2013 at 4:47pm
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As the undercard of the huge Haye v Fury promotion, on September 28th at the MEN Arena, starts to take shape, an opportunity has arisen for Scott Quigg to become a world title holder.

In this weird sport of ours, the WBA super-bantamweight belt has become vacant after the aforementioned organization vacated the title by declaring Guillermo Rigoneaux as the WBA Super World super-bantamweight champion.

Quigg, defending a record of 2601 with 19 by way of knockout, will be taking on Yoandris Salinas, who has a record of 2001 with 13 victories coming by knockout.

Although Salinas is rated at #2 by the WBA, it appears to be a dream fight for Quigg with it being pointed out that as well as having home advantage, Salinas record shows he hasn?t fought anybody of any real significance.

All in all, the promotion at the Manchester Arena is shaping up nicely!