JASON QUIGLEY, Ireland’s next big boxing star, earned his eighth consecutive win in California on Saturday night, maintaining his 100 per cent knock-out rate.
The unbeaten Donegal man needed less than two rounds to stop his American opponent Michael Faulk, dropping the 36-year-old three times in the second before the contest was waved off.
The 24-year-old fights out of legend Oscar de la Hoya’s Golden Boy stable, and is slowly gaining a reputation as a knock-out merchant over in the US.
Former world amateur silver medallist Quigley is a super-middleweight, a division that includes the likes of English quartet James DeGale, George Groves, Martin Murray and Callum Smith, as well as global superstars Andre Ward and Arthur Abraham.
Watch Quigely’s latest step up the division's ladder above.