Originally written on Pro Boxing Fans  |  Last updated 9/18/14
With all of the major world middleweight champions tied-up for the immediate future, America's No. 1 160-pound boxer Peter "Kid Chocolate" Quillin (27-0, 20 KOs) must remain patient, active and confident until he gets his impending title fight. Quillin is coming off of a convincing 10-round unanimous decision win over four-time World Light Middleweight Champion Ronald "Winky" Wright (51-6-1, 25 KOs), whose other five career losses have all been to world champions, live on Showtime. "I have 'Winky' Wright's name on my record," Quillin spoke about his most recent fight.  "He was a great fighter who took the fight with me hoping to get lucky.  I don't believe in luck.  What I learned was I need to keep working hard, stay dedicated to boxing and continue sacrificing, in order to win at this high level.  It was a good experience for me. "My team has had to slow down my horses as far as who I want to fight.  I have a great team and trust my promoter (Golden Boy Promotions), managers (...
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