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Quigg-Martinez, Perez-Crolla Revealed By The WBA

By Hilmar Rojas

Referee Terry O'Connor has been designated to be the third man on Saturday night in Manchester, when unbeaten British boxer Scott Quigg will make a voluntary defense of the 'regular' super bantamweight championship of the World Boxing Association,  against former IBF king Kiko Martinez of Spain.

O'Connor will be joined by judges Howard Foster (UK), Jesus Morata (ESP) and Jose Roberto Torres (PR).

The other title fight on Saturday in England will feature WBA lightweight champion Darleys Perez of Colombia, who defends the belt against battle-tested Anthony Crolla, ranked 11 in the division.

Howard Foster is the man who steps into the ring as a referee, and the judges for that contest will be Erkki Merone (FIN), Torres and Terry O'Connor.

The WBA supervisor will be appointed by the Nicaraguan Renzo Bagnariol.

User Comments and Feedback (Register For Free To Comment) Comment by knockoutkid on 07-13-2015

o yeah connor, the guy who held cleverly up and carried him back to his stool after kovalev merked him hahaha

Comment by knockoutkid on 07-13-2015

so terry o'connors going to be earning a few grand then, cause thats how much they get paid and i bet he will be doing his best just like ian john lewis 's score of the mitchell fight to keep…

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