by: michael eli dokosi/www.blakkpepper.com/ghana
He is little in body mass but packs a sucker punch which Mexican Cesar Juarez found out too late to repel.
In 18 fights, Isaac Dogboe has been undefeated and has recorded at 12 knock-outs showing weight and height has not been a hindrance.
In his latest fight on January 6 at the Bukom Boxing Arena Before an estimated 6000 fans, the “Royal Storm” Dogboe stopped Mexican opponent Cesar Juarez in the 5th round to secure the WBO Interim Super Bantamweight title.
Juarez’s record heading to the match stood at 20-5, 15 KOs.
The 23-year-old boxer coached by father; Paul Dogboe, showed he meant business when he sent Cesar Juarez grappling on the canvas in Round 2 of the stipulated 12.
In the 5th round, a stinging left hook to the jaw of Cesar Juarez dazed him and efforts to beat the count showed him wobbly on his feet forcing referee on the night to end the fight despite protestation from Juarez that he could continue.
With Ghana needing a world boxing champ baldy, Dogboe together with Ghanaians will hope his challenge for the WBO title held by Jessie Magdaleno, will go well in the coming months.