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Scott Quigg is coming off one of the most action-packed matchups of 2018 so far. The Manchester local pushed the undefeated WBO world featherweight champion, Oscar Valdez all the way in a gruelling fight this past weekend.

Both men could hold their heads high following providing the fans at The StubHub Center in California with a thrilling world championship spectacle.

But going into the fight, Quigg was garnering much criticism for coming in over the 126 lbs weight limit.

Quigg shared following the engaging showdown a foot injury was to blame for him coming in over the featherweight limit.

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