Jason Quigley is a well-known Irish boxer. He has been fighting in professional sports since 2014. Jason holds the WBC-NABF middleweight title from 2017 to 2019 and currently holds the WBO – NABO middleweight title. In addition, Jason won gold medals at the European Amateur Championship, 23 Championships, and the Irish youth champion as a student.

Quigley had a promising career as an amateur, which saw him move to first place in both AIBA European and World levels. His position in the Irish team seemed secure at the 2016 Summer Olympics, yet he decided to become an expert in his place.

Quick Info
Full NameJason Robert Quigley
Date Of Birth1991, May 19
Birth PlaceBallybofey, Donegal
Age30 Years Old
Body Measurement
Height1.85 m

Hair ColorBrown
Eye ColorBrown
Zodiac SignN/A
Martial StatusIn relationship
Wife(s)/Partner(s)April McManus
Net Worth$1 Million

Jason Quigley Early Life

Jason Quigley was born to Jason Robert Quigley on May 19, 1991, in Ballybofey, Donegal, Ireland. He gained fame only after his successful career, much about his young life and parenting under the radar. Jason has not yet commented on his education and qualifications. Speaking of his physical appearance, Quigley stands six feet 1 inch tall and weighs 72 kg.

Jason Quigley

Jason Quigley Career

Jason started boxing at an early age. He was an up-and-coming boxer from his early days. The Boxer has moved to first place in both the AIBA European and World amateur levels. Quigley became famous in 2009 after winning his first international event at the 2009 European Youth Championships. In 2011, Quigley won gold at the 2011 ‘Gee Bee’ Multi-Nations. In 2012, Quigley won his second international gold medal at the European U-23 Championships for middleweight in Kaliningrad. While training in his amateur career, he trained in professional boxing.


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The following year, Jason won one gold medal at the European Amateur Championship and a silver medal at the World Amateur Championships. In April 2014, the Boxer announced his professional debut and signed with Golden Boy Promotions. On December 17, 2016, Quigley fought under Bernard Hopkins undercard the last battle against Joe Smith Jr .. Quigley faced Puerto Rican Jorge Melendez (30-7, 28 KO’s). Melendez came out quickly, but Quigley could withstand him.

Jason Quigley

Jason played his first professional game in July 2014 against Howard Reece and won the match by TKO in the first round. In 2014, he fought in two other games and won both. The following year, Quigley fought in six games, won all of them, and was undefeated. In 2017, Jason won his first WBC-NABF middleweight title against Glen Tapia. In July 2019, the Boxer lost his title to Tureano Johnson. In May 2021, Jason won the undefeated WBO-NABO middleweight title defeating Shane Mosley Jr. In his 20-match professional career, the Boxer lost just one game and beat all the others. He is set to face Demetrius Andrade at WBO middleweight.


Jason Quigley Relationship

Jason is engaged to be married to his ex-girlfriend, April McManus. The love birds have recently joined in a private event. However, they have been together for a long time. By following their posts, we can ensure that April and Jason are proud parents of their daughter, Sierra. The Beautiful family of three lives a happy life.

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Jason Quigley Net Worth

Jason Quigley owns an estimated $ 1 Million. Unlike other paid boxers, Jason did not go public with his money. Quigley is still very early in his career and will make millions in the future. The salary of a paid boxer ranges from $ 50,000 to over a million.


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Jason Quigley Socials

He is very active in his social media handles. On Instagram, he has 35k followers with 879 posts in his feed. Most of his posts are his casual ones or training or fight pictures. He is also very active in his Twitter handle. On Twitter, he has 20k followers and is seen posting timely.


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