Quigg Eyeing Frampton Rematch After Valdez Bout

Scott Quigg can realise his thirst for a rematch against Carl Frampton, should he beat Oscar Valdez to win a world title this weekend. The British boxer is aiming to take the WBO featherweight title from Oscar Valdez in California on Sunday. Quigg is hoping to win world titles at two different weights, and Frampton […]

Scott Quigg can realise his thirst for a rematch against Carl Frampton, should he beat Oscar Valdez to win a world title this weekend.

The British boxer is aiming to take the WBO featherweight title from Oscar Valdez in California on Sunday.

Quigg is hoping to win world titles at two different weights, and Frampton whom has already achieved that will only fight him again if there is a title on the line.

“If he’s a world champion he’s got something that I want, that’s a world title,” Frampton told the Manchester Evening News.

“It’s strange how this game happens. I’ve been saying anytime Quigg’s name is brought up that I don’t want anything to do with him unless he wins a world title.

 

“If he wins a world title then we can do a rematch. Of course.”

“They know that they’ve made a mistake picking me as a voluntary,” he told Sky Sports.

 

“I respect him as a fighter, I respect his coach – they are good people. We’ve helped each other prepare in the past for a fight. We’ve sparred each other on six occasions, so I’ve been around the gym with them.

 

“They are good people. He wants to be the best and you’ve got to fight the best. Credit to them, they’ve picked a tough challenge but I’m going to makes sure they regret it.”

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