Tag: Isaac Dogboe

Late Surge of Isaac Dogboe Thwarts Pitufo Diaz’s Early Work, as Dogboe Walks Away With a Majority Win

This was more of a thinking man’s fight, functioning at a slower pace, but it was still a quality fight between two esteemed Featherweight world contenders. Former Super-Bantamweight titlist 🇬🇭🇬🇧Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe, (23-2-0, 15KO👊) found himself trailing in the action early against contender 🇵🇷Christopher “Pitufo” Diaz (26-4-0, 16KO👊) who was putting together quality work from the outside. Understanding the circumstances Continue reading “Late Surge of Isaac Dogboe Thwarts Pitufo Diaz’s Early Work, as Dogboe Walks Away With a Majority Win”

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. Continue reading “Warriors to Battle in Featherweight Division, as Isaac Dogboe Faces Pitufo Diaz in an ESPN Prelimb”

Dogboe Squeaks By Determined Adam Lopez In Undercard War For Majority Decision Win To Resurrect Career at the World Level

Widely looked at as the best fight on the ESPN fight card, the tangible result matched the expectation. 🇬🇭🇬🇧Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe (22-2-0, 15KO👊) started off hot, but was vulnerable down the stretch due to a strong, concerted effort from 🇺🇸Adam “Blunose” Lopez (15-3-0, 6KO👊) through 10 rounds of grueling, entertaining back and forth action. The verdict itself is a debatable one, but Continue reading “Dogboe Squeaks By Determined Adam Lopez In Undercard War For Majority Decision Win To Resurrect Career at the World Level”

A Double Dose of Intrigue On ESPN Undercard – Mikaela Mayer/Erica Farias & Adam Lopez/Isaac Dogboe

The Naoya Inoue/Michael Dasmarinas card isn’t the type of card that bolsters a high profile main event, and a last minute, make-shift undercard with no interest attached to it. The two top fights on the undercard actually carries more interest than the 📺main event, in terms of evened out opposition, which garners extra reasoning as to why this is a card that should be watched in its totality. Continue reading “A Double Dose of Intrigue On ESPN Undercard – Mikaela Mayer/Erica Farias & Adam Lopez/Isaac Dogboe”

Navarrete Shines in Tucson, Dogboe at a Crossroads

By Jon Uddin

As Emanuele Navarrete (27-1-0, 23KO) made his way to the ring Saturday night, the crowd at the Tucson Arena let the WBO Super Bantamweight champion know that they were behind him for his first title defense, which came in the form of a rematch with the man he took the belt from, Isaac Dogboe (20-2-0, 14KO). Continue reading “Navarrete Shines in Tucson, Dogboe at a Crossroads”