Jason Quigley’s opponent for his eleventh professional fight in Las Vegas on May 7th will be James De La Rosa.
The Mexican hasn’t fought since the end of 2014 but he has a solid 23-3 record with 13 of those wins coming via knock out.
Jason has cruised through his time in America with ten stoppage victories from ten fights but his next challenger has the pedigree to be the toughest yet for the Donegal man.
The fight which is on the undercard of the Canelo v Khan bill at the T-Mobile Arena will be televised.
28 year old De La Rosa started his pro career in 2005 going 20 fights undefeated until 2011. Since then he lost three of his last six.