CM – How to Watch Jason Quigley Vs Shane Mosley Jr. – Time-Running Order – Irish Boxing


if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position (‘div-gpt-ad-irish_boxing_com-medrectangle-3-0’)}; The Donegal fighter saw planned fights twice this year with the son of fighting legend Shane Mosley.

The couple was originally scheduled to fight in Russia on January 30th, and most recently the middleweight division was set to leave a frustrating period of inactivity by it dealt with the American leather in Fantasy Springs on February 13th.

The clash ended in February when there was a problem with the main event paid for for the first meeting and an illness from which the world amateurs silver medalist suffered canceled.

if (typeof __ez_fad_position! = ‘undefined’) {__ ez_fad_position (‘div-gpt-ad-irish_boxing_com-box-4-0’)}; The pair will trade leather on the card of Devin Haney’s WBC World Lightweight title defense against Jorge Linares at the Michelob ULTRA Arena in Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas Middleweight can be seen with Shane Mosley Jr. on Saturday night.  » Quigley-Mosley is LIVE on @DAZNBoxing. « Monthly subscription for just € 1.99. To sign up, click here:

The battle between two stablemates from Golden Boy Promotions is led by Eddie Hearn rated a « Must. » Quigley is back on the road to victory with two wins after his setback against Tureano Johnson in July 2019, and a third win on the spin for the decorated Donegal puncher would put him in the mix for bigger fights and titles at 160 Catapult pounds. This is exactly what Mosley Jr. is hunting for, and the son of former three-weight king Shane Sr has boxed more recently than Quigley and the resignation of Cristian Olivas after five rounds in Indio, California in February This was a fourth straight win for the 30-year-old who picked up the 168lb NABO belt in the process, and he’ll be aiming for a win over Quigley to get into the mix when he returns to middleweight division. Jason Quigley has in the thru cut as a favorite -237 against Shane Mosley Jr., who is an underdog of 188 according to Sports Betting Dime. It is a little difficult to understand the large gap in the odds as the fight takes place on Mosley’s turf (Las Vegas) and it has faced tougher competition. Mosley ran ten rounds with top ten middleweight Brandon Adams in 2018 and has won five straight wins since then. None of these wins came against the top 100 middleweight division, and neither did a single win on Quigley’s résumé. His toughest opponent to date – Tureano Johnson in 25th place – beat him with a decisive stop in the ninth round in July 2019.

The fight can be seen on the growing streaming service DAZN in Ireland, Great Britain and America. The monthly subscription fee for DAZN is currently 2 euros.

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