Jason Quigley: Donegal man to link up with Sheffield-based trainer Dominic Ingle

Jason Quigley is part of Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions stable
Jason Quigley has not fought since suffering a broken hand in his last fight in March

Donegal boxer Jason Quigley is set to move from the US to the gym of Sheffield-based trainer Dominic Ingle.

Quigley has been based in Los Angeles since turning professional in 2014 and has been trained by Manny Robles.

The unbeaten middleweight, who is promoted by Oscar De La Hoya's Golden Boy Promotions, won the North American Boxing Federation title in March.

However, the 26-year-old suffered a broken hand in that points win over Glen Tapia which required surgery.

His North American Federation title was his 13th straight win as he continued his winning start to his pro career.

As a result of his hand surgery, he has not fought since last March but Quigley intends to return to the ring early in 2018.

"I plan to make big waves in 2018," said the Donegal man.

"A lot of the fighters Dominic has had have the same style as myself. They're elusive, technically sound boxers, who have power."

Fighters in Ingle's stable include WBO world middleweight champion Billy Joe Saunders and former IBF welterweight champion Kell Brook.

Quigley's decision to link up with Ingle came after he consulted with former World cruiserweight champion Johnny Nelson who acted as a mentor to the Donegal boxer during his amateur career.

The Ballybofey man won a World Amateur silver medal and a European gold before turning professional three years ago.

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