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6-0 and every one a KO- Quigley continues impress pro start with win on Thursday

GOLDEN BOY Jason Quigley maintained his 100 percent knock out ratio by taking the short route to victory in his sixth pro contest at the Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in California last night.

Joshua ‘Berlin Bomber’ Snyder was meant to represent a step up in class for the former Irish amateur stand out. The American had taken Matt Korobov, a fighter Quigley would have studied as an amateur and the man Andy Lee stopped to claim the WBO World middleweight title the distance.

However, Synder went the way of all Quigley’s opponents and failed even to make it to the score cards.

Quigley did take some shots early on but was able to land his right hand at will throughout the first round  and 44 seconds into the second, put together a beautiful three-punch combination to drop Snyder.

Quigley pushes his record to six fights, six wins all coming by way of knock out. In those six fights the Golden Boy super middleweight has been involved in just ten rounds and heard the final bell of only four stanzas.


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