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Last night, at Fantasy Springs Casino, Indio, California, Tureano Johnson stopped Jason Quigley in nine rounds of pure action to conquer the NABF belt.
Johnson came to this fight fully motivated to rebuild his career after being defeated by Sergiy Derevyanchenko in August 2017.
“They do not know what I’ve been through,” said Tureano Johnson. “But soon you’ll see, because everything I’ve been through will have been worth it. I pay my respects to Jason Quigley. He showed a lot of heart. I hit him with everything, and he did not resign. I’m here to get a belt. I want a world title “
“I wish Tureano Johnson the best,” said Jason Quigley. “I have respect for you. I congratulate you on your victory. “
Tureano Johnson left the ring with a record of 21-2-1, 15 KO’s; whereas Jason Quigley was defeated for the first time in his career; now he has a record of 16-1, 12 Kos.