Jason Quigley is back in the ring again on Saturday night in Las Vegas for his 11th professional fight when he faces James La Rossa from Mexico.
With ten victories so far, nine inside the distance, the Twin Towns boxer is facing a step up in class in the 28-year-old Mexican, who has an impressive record of 13 wisn and three defeat with all 13 wins inside the distance.
Quigley’s last fight was at the end of March, when he stopped another Mexican, Freddy Lopez, in the first round in the Fantasy Springs Casino in California.
“You get in there with a game plan to win the fight, and whether that means going the distance or taking the guy out, that can change at any second in a fight,” Jason told Reuters.
“I’ve trained in the gym and I am prepared to go the full 10 rounds But at the end of the day, I am a fighter and if I get that opportunity to take this guy out early, then I’m going to take it for sure.”
The fight is on Saturday night, May 7th in the T-Mobile Arena in Los Vegas.