Donegal boxer Jason Quigley has said the biggest win of his career was a massive step-up in class and has vowed to get even better because there "is room for improvement".
Jason (24), from Ballybofey, won a 100-90 victory over Mexican fighter James De La Rosa (28) at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Satuday.
It was middleweight fighter Jason’s 11th win from 11 fights and he discussed on Sunday Sport how he had never had to fight more than four rounds previously.
He said that he knew he was doing well against De La Rosa because his opponent was giving him chit-chat – which made Jason realise that De La Rosa’s gameplan was not working.
Jason spoke with presener Myles Gallagher and said the win means he is climbing the ladder in the right way but added he knows that there is room for a lot of improvement…