I don't think it's anti-Scottish, more that there's always been a bit of "selective nationality" going on - mostly media driven. And it's not really just Scotland / Scottish, applies to past champs like Calzaghe and Cleverly too. Perception has been that a lot of the time when an Englishman does great stuff, they are English, and it's great for England, but when a Scotsman, Welshman or Northern Irish fella does summat great, it's a great British achievement. There was a lot of that I felt back with Andy Murray. But I think that's a media thing and not the average person deffo. To be fair, the Scottish media historically tends to 'de-hype' our teams and stars; it's mostly doom and gloom perenial failure, and there maybe some of that in why Taylor hasn't got more exposure. But maybe, just maybe that's not as bad as being a media darling too early and falling from a great height due to too much pressure and expectation (e.g. Khan maybe?, Joshua / Ruiz I) I think Taylor's career has been managed pretty spot on up to now - maybe the lack of recognition is more to do with the fact he has achieved far more in 18 pro fights than is normal.