Daniel Quigley

Daniel Pinta Quigley is a four time world professional kickboxer from Derry, Northern Ireland. He was coached by the former three time world kickboxing champion Paddy Toland at PT's Kickboxing Gym in Carrigans, he now trains and coaches out of out of his own gym called Strike Martial arts Academy in Derry City.[1]

Quigley's titles include:

  • ISKA European full contact cruiser weight title v Paul Hunt (England)
  • ISKA World Full Contact cruiserweight title V Wayne Turner (England)
  • ISKA World full contact Heavy weight title V Pacome Assi (France)
  • ISKA World Full contact Super Heavy weight title V Jose Dela Lara (Spain)
  • ISKA world k1 rules heavyweight title V Lucian Danilencu (Italy)

"Pinta", as he is widely known, has appeared on RTÉ local television, appearing on the RTÉ Nationwide programme in 2009, following his World Cruiser-weight title win over England's Wayne Turner. Pinta is a qualified personal trainer. He has won the Derry City Sports personality of the year award on two occasions.

Quigley won the ISKA Professional World Super Heavyweight Kickboxing title in Derry City, Northern Ireland in March 2013.[2] Quigley is also head Coach of the new gym Strike Martial Arts Academy. So far, he has coached three of his fighters to become champions.

  • Eamon "The Machine" Deane ISKA 5 nations k1 title
  • Tomas Logue WKU N Ireland k1 champion
  • Damien "Kid Dynamite" Duddy ISKA Irish k1 champion
  • Steve Owens ISKA 5 Nations Champion
  • Julie Simpson Cage Legacy Flyweight chamion

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