Jason Quigley is set to headline at the National Stadium in Dublin later this year. It will be the Donegal fighter's first bout in Ireland since he turned pro in 2014.
Quigley, 19-2 in his career, will top the bill on April 1st against an as yet unnamed opponent on a card promoted by Elite Sheer.
Can't wait to see @jay_quigley back in the ring! 🥊
Go get 'em! 👊 https://t.co/gcmvDF5fTc
— Ladbrokes (@Ladbrokes) February 3, 2023
"I'm ready for the return," said Quigley.
"It’s great to be back in the frame of mind of having a fight again and having the focus and purpose of a fight coming up.
"I’ve had a lot of time off and done a lot of thinking. I’ve always stayed in shape. I love keeping fit and I think I always knew it was only a matter of time before I’d be back.
"I had to make sure that it was done right and I wasn’t just going to go back in there for the sake of it."
The 31-year-old last fought in November 2021 when he was stopped in the second round by Demetrius Andrade in New Hampshire with the WBO middleweight title on the line.
Elite Sheer are delighted to have Jason headline their first show of the year.
A significant event which will showcase an undercard of emerging prospects, in-demand domestic bouts and exciting entertainment for Irish fans.
Fight card set to be announced | 10.02.23 🥊
— Elite Sports Promotions (@elitesportpromo) February 3, 2023