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Jason Quigley, a solid middleweight prospect fighting under the Golden Boy Promotions banner, is now 11-0 after he pounded out a 10-round unanimous decision over James De La Rosa on Saturday on the undercard of the middleweight title bout betweenl Saul “Canelo” Alvarez and Amir Khan at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
Quigley, the obvious winner, took the fight by three scores of 100-90. He was happy with his work.
“I feel unbelievable,” said Quigley, of Ireland. “This is the stage I wanted to headline. I hope to be back soon. I am willing. And, of course, I’d like to fight ‘Canelo’ one day.”
De La Rosa, of Harlingten, Texas, is 23-4. He found the the scoring tough to take.
“I feel pretty good about the fight,” he said. “To be honest, I’m not a judge so I can’t make that call. I came here to fight and fight hard. The decision, that’s on the judges.”
They were Lisa Giampa, Tim Cheatham and Kermit Bayless.