Starting off his pro career on March 2011 age 20, John Quigley has had a total of 15 fights - 13 wins, 2 losses, and 0 draws. 2 of the wins coming via stoppage. The longest KO streak that Quigley has ever had is 1 throughout his 15 fights and his longest winning streak is 13 wins. This started on March 2011 and came to an end on July 2014.
Starting as he means to go on, Quigley got off to an explosive start in his debut, defeating Boyan Aleksandrov in 3 rounds and becoming the only person to have stopped Aleksandrov to date. Quigley's win streak continued to amass with 8 wins against fighters such as Craig Johnson, Scott Moises and Boyan Aleksandrov.
Next was Chuck Jones on April 27th, 2011 where Quigley took the win continuing his unbeaten streak. Continuing his career, Quigley fought Chuck Jones in 2011 over 4 rounds. Quigley was the 3rd person to go the distance with Chuck Jones. 4 wins followed where Quigley went on to be the first boxer to go the distance with Dan Naylor, 61st person to defeat Steve Gethin and 32nd person to beat Ibrar Riyaz.
On May 19th, 2012 Quigley fought and beat Scott Moises (3-5-0) to continue his unbeaten streak. Showing his class against Moises, Quigley was the 6th person to go the distance with this opponent. Quigley's win streak of 7 rose to 13 following 6 great wins, becoming the 6th person to beat Craig Johnson, 6th person to beat Dominic Coca and 7th person to stop Jahaad Wingfield (Round 1 TKO).
Taking the first knock of his career, Quigley fought Jono Carroll on June 17th, 2017 and was defeated by Carroll. Quigley's technical boxing ability was put to the test as he got outpointed in the 12 round fight against the better man. Carroll gave Quigley his first professional loss of his 14 fight career to date.
The next defeat of Quigley's career came against Declan Geraghty on March 31st, 2018. This took his career record to 13-2-0. Opponent Geraghty fought well and proved he was technically superior to Quigley over the full 10 round fight. The fight came to a close after the final bell, Geraghty the victor on the judges decision (PTS), with Quigley left wondering where his career will go next.