The Manchester Arena has seen some terrific nights of boxing throughout the years, and been home to the likes of Ricky Hatton, Anthony Crolla and Scott Quigg all of whom have packed out the venue.
Manchester boxing is firmly back on the map after Tyson Fury’s emphatic seventh round victory over Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Saturday night.
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It’s June 4 2005. The noise is deafening. 22,000 fans crammed into the M.E.N. Arena have finally seen what they have been waiting for.
Bury-born Scott Quigg will be defending his WBA World Super Bantamweight title against former IBF world champion Kiko Martinez, whilst fellow Mancunian Anthony Crolla meets Darleys Perez for a shot at his WBA World Lightweight belt on Saturday.
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Nottingham’s Carl Froch is set to do battle once again in a much heated battle with Londoner George Groves in front of 80,000 fans at Wembley Stadium
Unbeaten Quigg pitted against South African Tshifhiwa Munyai for Saturday’s Phones 4u Arena clash
Olympic gold medalists Anthony Joshua MBE and Luke Campbell MBE are also on the bill
Boxing masterclass reveals tricks of the trade: Ricky Hatton to give ‘sweet science’ showcase in Hyde workshop
Hatton Academy host the workshop in Hyde