Edgar Berlanga is known for his knockout percentage; it is approximately 80% during the time of writing this article, but he hasn’t delivered further knockouts or TKO wins since stepping up in level.

Jason Quigley has had one tune-up match since his loss to Andrade, in which he went the distance in a ten-rounder against an opponent who had more losses than wins (Gabor Gorbics: 26-36) at the time the fight had taken place.

Demetrius Andrade has a lower knockout percentage than Edgar Berlanga; however, Andrade has fought a higher level of opposition, so this is to be expected.

Berlanga is certainly the harder puncher of the two in this match-up, but he has defensive flaws which Jason Quigley will look to exploit from the outside; namely, his tendency to throw a gazelle-punch from a lowered left-hand, leaving himself vulnerable to right-hands, and especially straight-punches.

Quigley is on the tail-end of his career and hasn’t fought at a high-level for approximately a year and a half, this will be a disadvantage for him.

Based on Quigley’s inactivity and the fact he has been stopped before, I will be picking Edgar Berlanga to win by TKO, which I think will happen after the 6th round.

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