FROM CHRIS MCNULTY IN INDIO, CALIFORNIA JOSHUA Snyder (9-11-1) will provide the opposition for Jason Quigley tomorrow night in Indio.
Snyder, a 35-year-old, based out of Maryland, is coming in off the back of five defeats in a row, but is an experienced warrior in the ring.
Quigley, with an unblemished 5-0 at the start of his pro career, is in action for the third time in 2015 having already beaten Lanny Dardar and Tolutomi Agunbiade.
He is back at Fantasy Springs, where he defeated Agunbiade in the opening round of their meeting last month.
In the last two years, Snyder has had just two bouts. In October 2014, he lost out to Justin DeLoach in Missssippi (TKO round 5) and last month he was stopped in the first round by Travell Mazion in San Antonio.
His last win was in November 2011 when he overcame Maxell Taylor on a split decision in Maryland.
The most notable win of his career came against Aaron Pryor Jnr in 2008, recording a split decision triumph in Ohio. Pryor Jnr was 11-0 at the time and is now 12-2-1.
Quigley has won all of his fights inside the distance and is in confident tune in the piercing heat of the Colarado Desert.
He said: “It’s a great place and I’m really looking to gettiung back in there and doing my thing.”