This year has been a busy year for arguably Ghana’s biggest export Isaac ‘The Royal Storm’ Dogboe.
He returns to the ring to defend his junior featherweight title for the second time against Mexican Emanuel Navarrete on December 8 at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Dogboe has assassinated every Mexican boxer that has been put before him in the ring including Alejandro Ochoa, Cesar Juarez and former champion Jessie Magdaleno to become WBO’s sole champion at super bantamweight.
Isaac Dogboe’s record stands at 20 fights without a loss with 14 Kos at just a tender age of 24.
His latest win was against Japanese Hidenori Otake in Glendale, Arizona on August 25.
Navarrete at age 23 boast a record of 25 fights with one loss and 22 Kos. He has won 20 fights in a row since a four-round decision loss in 2012 but in Dogboe, he will be facing by far his most daunting task.
Dogboe is one boxer to keep an eye on, after managing to eat into the minds of boxing fans worldwide with his shocking upset of Jessie Magdaleno.
Wounded Navarrete poses as another threat from Mexico looking to stop Dogboe from extending his record of the number of Mexicans he has assassinated.
The fight will serve as the co-feature of the previously announced lightweight world title unification bout between pound-for-pound king Vasiliy Lomachenko and Jose Pedraza on the Top Rank Boxing.
By David Kofi Tei|3news.com|Ghana