Warriors to Battle in Featherweight Division, as Isaac Dogboe Faces Pitufo Diaz in an ESPN Prelimb

The backbone of a 💲Pay-Per-View card is the undercard that is supposed to mirror, or support the intrigue of the big event that is geared to generate revenue. Well on the Crawford/Porter showdown that is to headline on Saturday November 20th, a must-see contest is on the docket. As for former Super-Bantamweight titlist 🇬🇭🇬🇧Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe, (22-2-0, 15KO👊) it is still “Neho!” – the tribal mantra that he brought forth, and made it stick in the pantheon of the public when at his best.

His opponent will be respected Puerto Rican boxer-puncher 🇵🇷Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz (26-3-0, 16KO👊), who always dishes out as good as he gets, and is a difficult assignment for anyone to take in the 126 lb. ranks. This contest will be able to be seen on 💻ESPN+, and 💻ESPN2 as a pre limb lead-up to the main event, for the world to see.

Diaz’s threat to the division should not be dimmed in the minds of the the average boxing fan, due to him being shutout by a true generational talent in 🥈🇺🇸Shakur Stevenson, or his most recent loss against one of the most physical fighters operating in boxing today, that being 🇲🇽Emanuel Navarrete, Diaz’s previous outing in April. He is one that has enough skill to offset most opponents, with the will, tenacity, and punching power to match his prowess. Taking on Dogboe is a difficult assignment to follow up with.

Dogboe too shares the same fate as Diaz, as Navarrete is the only fighter that bested him twice…but the difference was that Issac took a double-dose of punishment from the current WBO Featherweight titlist. Dogboe wasn’t expected to be the same, but he found a way to get back into form, and it showed in his see-saw affair against 🇺🇸Adam “Blunote” Lopez in June.

Worthy to be nominated in Fight-of-the-Year discussions, that fight could have went either way, but it was Isaac Dogboe who walked away with a Majority Decision to keep his Featherweight title hopes alive.

There isn’t any 🏷️tag on the fight that indicates a potential shot at a Featherweight title, but all ➡️arrows point to that direction for the winner to be granted an opportunity to face off against one of the 4 belt holders of the division, in the constantly shuffling pack of the Featherweight class. It can be argued that this is the most evenly matched up bout of the entire ESPN fight card roll out – all the more incentive to tune in and see who walks away the winner.


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