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Barry McGuigan has dissected his fighter’s performance at the weekend, he stated his belief that Taylor had made a big statement after inflicting the first stoppage defeat of the former lightweight champion’s professional career.

“It was a world-class performance against a guy who had never been stopped before this kid, in his 11th fight, took him out,” said the former world champion. “It was pretty spectacular.

“We are left with a problem really; where do we go from here? Nevertheless, it is a very nice problem to have.

“With the greatest of respect to the British title I think that is a step back for Josh Taylor and why would you take a step back when we are so close to big things?

— Daily Record Sport (@Record_Sport) November 14, 2017

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