Born October 9th 1988, orthodox fighter Scott Quigg started his career in April 2007 at the age of 18 and has now been pro for 10 years, fighting a total of 37 times. The longest win streak that Quigg has ever recorded was between April 2007 and February 2012 when it totaled 24 wins. Quigg's longest KO streak is 8 fights long.
In an impressive debut, Quigg kept his calm and defeated Gary Sheil over 6 rounds via a judges decision. This was only the 5th time Sheil had been taken the full distance. Quigg continued on his journey to success by fighting 5 times in 2007, 6 times in 2008 and 8 times through 2009 and 2010 beating fighters such as Andrey Kostin, Yuriy Voronin and Angelo Villani in his next 19 fights.
On February 19th, 2010, Quigg was in action again beating Nikita Lukin taking his win streak to 17 wins. Quigg's fight against Nikita Lukin came in the 1st round of a 8 round fight via KO. Quigg became the first person to stop Lukin. 8 wins followed where Quigg went on to fight Franklin Varela, Jamie Arthur and Jason Booth amongst others, prolonging his win streak.
Quigg went into his next career fight with a record of 24-0-1 and took this to 25 wins with a win against Rendall Munroe on November 24th, 2012. Munroe was a worthy challenger but Quigg was too much and became the first person to stop Munroe via TKO during round 6. Fights against boxers including William Prado and Diego oscar Silva followed where he won 3 fights taking his winning streak to 27 wins.
Keeping his losses at 0, Quigg fought on April 19th, 2014 beating Tshifhiwa Munyai via TKO. This took his record to 28-0-2 showing quite the successful career to date. Becoming the first person to stop Tshifhiwa Munyai, Quigg beat Munyai via TKO in the 2nd round of a 12 round fight. 3 wins followed where Quigg went on to be the 2nd person to stop Kiko Martinez (Round 2 TKO), 3rd person to stop Stephane Jamoye and 2nd person to defeat Hidenori Otake.
Quigg went into his next fight against Carl Frampton on February 27th, 2016 with a career record of 31-1-2. Coming into the fight with high confidence Quigg fought his next fight against Carl Frampton on February 27th, 2016. Unfortunately, Quigg was outclassed and lost the decision on the judges scorecards taking his record to 31-1-2. Another win followed for Quigg taking his win tally to 32 wins.
On April 29th, 2017, Quigg went into action again and beat Viorel Simion taking the winning record to 33 wins. Quigg's UD win against Viorel Simion came via judges decision of a 12 round fight. Quigg became the 2nd person to defeat Simion and secured a great win.
Taking another knock in his career, Quigg fought Oscar Valdez on March 10th, 2018 and was defeated by Valdez. Quigg career took a slight knock when fighting Oscar Valdez in 2018 over 12 rounds. Quigg was the 4th person to go the distance with Oscar Valdez where Quigg added a loss to his career record.