The talented Irishman is tipped for big things in boxing.
When you get the opportunity to shine it’s best to grab hold with both hands and don’t let go, but in the case of Jason Quigley come May 7th at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, this hugely talented fighter from Donegal in Ireland will be looking to do the opposite in a sense – by letting both hands go and extending his unbeaten professional record that currently stands at 10-0-9KO.
In April 2014 amateur standout Quigley made the decision to turn professional and signed with Golden Boy Promotions at the expense of potential Olympic glory in Rio this year.
But that decision looks to have paid dividends now, with the announcement that that the 24 year old middleweight prospect will be on the massive Canelo v Khan undercard may 7th, against Texas-based Mexian James De la Rosa (23-3-13KO) over 10 rounds
This is the perfect opportunity for Jason Quigley to showcase his talent to a wider audience, one of boxing’s best kept secrets is nearly out, and its time for him to shine.
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