Scott Quigg believes he won the massive Frampton versus Quigg February unification fight by a round.
The Bury fighter, who lost a 116-112, 116-112, 113-115 split decision on the night, has watched the massive bout back on seven occasion and all bar one occasion scored the clash in his favour.
“I’ve watched the fight back six or seven times and I believe I won the fight by a round a couple of times and I gave it a draw on one occasion. I knew it was a close fight but I believe I won the fight,” he told Sky Sports.
Although he scored it differently, the Gallagher’s Gym puncher didn’t go as far as say the judges got the decision wrong.
“I’m not going to sit here and say it was the wrong decision – he got it and fair play to him. I felt very comfortable in there and I could see everything he was doing.”
Quigg’s claims may be part of a ploy to get a rematch down the line, or indeed – like the one judge who shocked most in attendance with the 113-115 score for the Matchroom fighter – he honestly believes he won the fight.