Date: 13th September 2014 at 10:43am
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At the Manchester Arena tonight, Scott Quigg makes the fourth defence of his WBA super-bantamweight title.

Quigg is matched against the Belgian fighter Stephane Jamoye and is expected to beat a challenger who looks to be in over his head.

With Carl Frampton having won the IBF version at the same weight, moves are afoot for the Belfast and the Bury fighter to meet next year.

Yesterday, the weigh-in for the big fight tonight took place at the Trafford Centre, Manchester with both fighters coming in under the stipulated weight.

As appears to be the case at most weigh-ins these days, the fighters had to be pulled apart after the traditional head-to-head with Eddie Hearn doing the honours.

Speaking to the media, following the weigh-in, Quigg appeared extremely confident remarking,

?He?s got the chance of a lifetime, a world title shot. I know how hungry I was when I was coming up, wanting to become world champion.?

?But let me tell you, he isn?t taking nothing away from me tomorrow. That belt isn?t going anywhere, it?s staying with me and I?m going to do a job on Jamoye.?

?Tomorrow, take care of business and those big names are here.?

Our recent poll showed that a huge 75% of you reckon Quigg will win tonight, personally I find that hard to disagree with and I?m going for Quigg to stop the young Belgian fighter before the halfway mark in the fight.

How about you?