JASON QUIGLEY IS EYEING UP a future bout with Chris Eubank Junior and believes he has the weaponry to stop the Englishman.
Quigley (9-0, 8KOs) was at ringside on Saturday night as Eubank Junior (21-1, 16 KOs) won an aggressive bout against Gary ‘Spike’ O’Sullivan, whose corner retired their man at the end of the seventh round at the O2 Arena in London.
With that win bagged, Eubank Junior is the mandatory challenger for the WBA middleweight title of Daniel Jacob.
Quigley has won all nine of his professional fights and believes that 2016 will be a breakout year for him in America.
Down the line, the Ballybofey man has Eubank Junior in his sights.
“As soon as the fight on Saturday was over I was saying to myself: ‘I want that fight’,” Quigley said.
“That’s down the line a wee bit yet, but definitely in the future that’s something I want.
“Could I hurt him? Of course I could. I believe that I have the power to hurt anybody. You put two or three of them hurtful shots and you could put a man on the canvas. Do I think I could stop him? Yes. Do I think I could beat him? Yes.”
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