JASON Quigley is determined to ensure Joshua Snyder (9-11-1) doesn’t turn his pro boxing dream into a nightmare in Fantasy Springs tonight.
The ‘Berlin Bomber’ represents a step up in class for the undefeated Golden Boy super middleweight and despite stopping every puncher put in front of him since turning over the Donegal man knows he can’t take victory for granted.
The talented Irish prospect is confident, but won’t be arrogant as he steps between the ropes in his sixth pro fight.
Speaking to the Donegal News about his fight and the late notice foe the World silver medal winner said
“One shot can change the whole fight. I never really worry too much about opponents because I’ve always been used fighting guys that I didn’t know. I just get in and concentrate on my own performance. I get into that ring and make sure I make it as difficult as possible for the guy across the ropes from me.
“This boy is trying to take a dream of mine away so I am ready for a tough fight.”
The Quigley-Snyder bout will be the television opener on Fox Sports broadcast show and the Irish prospect is planning to put on a show for the TV cameras.
“I’m really looking forward to getting in there and putting on a good performance,” he added.
“If I wasn’t confident I wouldn’t go through the ropes. The reason I am 110 per cent confident is that I know the work I’ve put in. I know the sparring I’ve had, the rounds I’ve done, the runs I’ve done. This is the enjoyable part – putting everything I’ve worked on on show.”