Date: 13th July 2016 at 6:44pm
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Back in February, in what was a huge domestic fight with two world title belts at stake, Scott Quigg lost his unbeaten record against Carl Frampton.

But the manner in which lost the fight was puzzling, the fighter from Bury never looked to be at the races and his disappointment at losing his first fight and his WBA super bantamweight belt was added to when it was revealed Quigg had broken his jaw during the fight.

However, Quigg is now on the way back and the fighter who has a record that reads 31-1 with 23 wins coming by knockout, is ready to step back into the ring with a November comeback being talked about.

Quigg, conducting himself in an impeccable manner during an interview with >Sky Sports, remarked,

?I?ll be doing a camp before a camp but I am now looking to make progress and I?m aiming for November.

?I will go straight back at the top level.?

It?ll certainly be interesting to see who Quigg will be matched against in a fight he dare not lose.

We?ll endeavour to keep you informed.