“Andrade, Munguia… These are the names I want!” Jason Quigley looks to rebuild in Vegas

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    Jason Quigley returns to the US to face Shane Mosley Jr after a stint back in Ireland, as he looks to plot his way back into World title contention. Quigley talks working with Andy Lee, rebuilding, and how he dreams of a fight back in his home country ahead of May 29.

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