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Awesome Carl Frampton defeats Scott Quigg on split decision

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By Claire Williamson

Belfast's Carl Frampton was crowned unified world super-bantamweight champion after beating fellow Briton Scott Quigg on points at Manchester Arena.

The much-anticipated showdown between two fighters who both went into it undefeated was widely regarded beforehand as a 50-50 contest, although Frampton was marginal favourite with the bookmakers. And it was the Northern Irishman who did eventually emerge triumphant after 12 rounds in front of a cacophonous 20,000 sell-out crowd, winning on a split decision to add Bury-born Quigg's WBA title to his own IBF belt.

Live Blog Carl Frampton v Scott Quigg
 

Frampton v Quigg - everything you need to know

When is the fight?

Saturday February 27 2016

The first fight of the undercard is expected to get underway at 6pm with the main event starting around 10.45pm.

Where?

Manchester Arena

Who? Running order with latest at the top

Belfast boxer Carl Frampton (29) will take on Bury man Scott Quigg (27).

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How can I watch it if I don't have tickets?

Sky Sports have got the rights to the fight and will be showing on Box Office.

It will cost £16.95 for UK customers and  €21.95 for Republic of Ireland customers.

The Belfast Telegraph will also be doing live updates on Saturday so follow us to keep up-to-date with all the action.

What bars are showing the Frampton v Quigg fight?

The Frampton Quigg fight will be shown in bars across the country and we have compiled a list of some of the places where you can catch the fight this weekend.

<< Frampton v Quigg - List of bars showing the fight across the country >>

 

*Have we missed any? Let us know here*

 

Is there a public workout?

The public workout took place at the Trafford Centre in Manchester on Tuesday night at 6pm.

Read more:

Frampton v Scott Quigg - 'The Jackal' dazzles at Manchester Trafford Centre public workout

Carl Frampton believes doubters will become fans when he 'blows fierce rival away' 

When is the weigh-in?

Frampton and Quigg will come face-to-face for the last time before the clash on Friday at 1pm. The weigh-in takes place at the Manchester Arena.

Ahead of the Frampton Quigg weigh-in we have looked back at some of the most heated moments from the Jackal's previous weigh-ins.

Frampton v Quigg: All the action from the Jackal's weigh-ins 

How do they measure up in numbers?

Frampton                                     Quigg

29                     Age                        27

5'5"                  Height                    5'8"

121lb                Weight                  121lb

1                       World Rank             3

1                       British Rank              2

62"                    Reach                      X

21                     Fights                      33

21                     Wins                        31

0                       Draws                       2

0                       Loss                          0

14                     Knockouts                23

Odds

Carl Frampton 8/13

Draw 22/1

Scott Quigg 7/5

Odds from Paddy Power

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