QUIGLEY BLAST FAULK IN TWO

  
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In the non-televised undercard, Irish knockout artist and Los Angeles transplant Jason Quigley (8-0, 8 KOs) faced Michael Faulk (3-3, 1 KO) of Queens, New York in a six-round super middleweight bout. Quigley’s reputation followed him into the ring as he dominated the first round with heavy punches to Faulk’s body. By the second round the referee called off the fight awarding Quigley his eight victory by technical knockout, Faulk down three times in round two. “It feels so great to add another victory to my record and the fact that it was another knockout makes me feel like bigger and better things will be coming my way,” said Jason Quigley. “But we have to take it one step at a time, these fights are all stepping stones to a future title match. I am still learning, still climbing the latter but I know that very soon I will get my chance to be a world champion.”
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