Carl Frampton vs Scott Quigg: what time does it start, what channel is it on, undercard and how much does it cost?

One of the most highly anticipated British boxing contests in years takes place on Saturday night

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This Saturday night in Manchester, Carl Frampton takes on Scott Quigg in a massive super-bantamweight world title unification fight. Frampton puts his IBF belt on the line, while Quigg defends his WBA strap.

Both fighters have yet to taste defeat in the pro ranks - Northern Ireland's Frampton has won all of his 21 bouts, while Quigg has not lost in any of his 33 contests, with two draws.

Quite simply, it is one of the most hotly anticipated British fights in history, and has been five years in the making.


Depending on the length of the undercard bouts, the fight is scheduled to start after 10pm.


Sky Sports Box Office, costing £16.95. The programme starts from 6pm.

You can also follow all of the action with The Independent's live blog on the night by clicking here.

"It has been a long time coming. I have been after this fight for four and a half, maybe five years. To be here and only a couple of days away - I'm like a kid at Christmas.” Frampton, 29, said in the build-up to the fight.

Quigg, 27, said: "It is the biggest stage either of us have boxed on and if you can't get excited about something like this then we are in the wrong game.

"Training has gone perfect. I feel good. But there is a lot on the line so there is no room for error. Believe me I won't be making any mistakes."