Scott Quigg out to prove himself

WBA super-bantamweight Scott Quigg is ready to prove himself against Tshifhiwa Munyai before targeting a unification fight with Leo Santa Cruz.

WBA super-bantamweight champion Scott Quigg has admitted that he is out to prove himself in his latest defence.

The Bury fighter takes on Tshifhiwa Munyai tonight in what should be his toughest title defence yet.

He stated that he aims to win in style and prove that he is ready to take on the division's other stars such as Leo Santa Cruz.

"The main thing, that has my full attention, is tomorrow night," Quigg told Sky Sports News.

"It is a really tough fight and the sort of fight not many people would take because Munyai is very dangerous, but I am ready. I want to prove I am ready to fight the likes of Leo Santa Cruz, who everyone is raving about.

"I have to be beating people like Munyai, and doing it in style, which I am 100% confident I will do."

Quigg takes on Munyai in Manchester this evening.

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