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Quigley returns to the ring for first pro fight in England 

This is a big year for Jason

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Jason Quigley

Jason Quigley returns to the ring at the end of the month

Donegal middleweight Jason Quigley is set to make his eagerly awaited return to the ring at the end of this month in London.

The Twin Towns fighter undefeated in 15 fights and the reigning NABF middleweight champion has been added to the undercard of Charlie Edward’s maiden WBC Flyweight World title defence in London on March 23.  Londoner Edwards will face Angel Moreno at London’s Copper Box Arena.

t will be a first professional appearance for Quigley, in the UK and he is looking forward to it.

“I’m excited to make my UK debut in London,” said Quigley.

“I know my fans at home are going to be thrilled that they have a short distance to travel for this one. It’s great to get a chance to fight in London and fight so close to home for me.

“I’m very grateful to Golden Boy Promotions and Matchroom UK for working together to give me the chance to fight on this show,” said Quigley

“I know my fans at home are going to be thrilled that they have a short distance to travel for this one. It’s great to get a chance to fight in London and fight so close to home for me.

“I’m very grateful to Golden Boy Promotions and Matchroom UK for working together to give me the chance to fight on this show.”

Quigley returned after a year out to defeat Daniel Rosarion in Boston last March and overcame Freddy Hernandez at Fantasy Springs in October to retain his NABF middleweight belt.

Newport Bantamweight talent Sean McGoldrick with strong family ties in Ballyshannon is also on the card. It will be McGoldrick first fight  under new trainer Jamie Moore.