Scott Quigg and boxing’s growing problem of failing to make the weight | Kevin Mitchell

Bury featherweight has switched trainers and that could be the main reason for last weekend’s fiasco against Óscar Valdez

Scott Quigg might one day be a world featherweight champion although, whatever he weighs, he would struggle to beat Óscar Valdez, who got the better of him in Los Angeles on Saturday.

The Mexican proved he was a cut above the challenger in class, and on the mark on the scales, when he outboxed Quigg over 12 bloody rounds to keep his WBO title for the fourth time, although the man from Bury gave his best. He broke his own nose and his opponent’s jaw. That’s a proper tear-up.

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