This Is The Fight Of Isaac Dogboe – Coach Paul Dogboe On Hidenori Otake Fight


Paul Dogboe, dad and coach of WBO Super Bantamweight champion has disclosed that his son, Isaac Dogboe is going all out into the first defence of his title.


According to the former Army officer his son is not taking chances at all because he is the champion and must fight and win as a champion.


“We know Otake is going to come like a warrior but we are more prepared warriors. This fight is not going the full distance. Otake will come, but we shall break him down. He will come at Isaac like a ‘Kamokazi Warrior’. He has nothing to lose at 37 years, but Isaac the champion has more at stake as the champion at 23 years, and the hope and rising star of Africa.


“We need this fight. Out aim is to knock out this Japanese and move on for greater and bigger challenges such as unifying the Super Bantamweight division. He has nothing to lose, but Isaac Dogboe has more for the future.


Israel Dogboe, youngest brother of WBO junior featherweight world champ, Isaac ‘Royal Storm’ Dogboe is already celebrating the much anticipated victory over Hidenori Otake with an outing in Pennsylvania with dad, Paul as well as Josiah, the southpaw brother who often spars with Isaac. Indeed it’s a family affair as all of the sons of Paul Dogboe will be at the ringside to see and feel the sweat and punches.


The world champ and his 13 year old kid brother / training parters, Josiah face off in training camp a few days to fight night against Hidenori Otake at the Gila River Arena, Glendale, Arizona next week Saturday, August 25, 2018.


The whole of Ghana is certainly behind Isaac Dogboe, and he can never fail his people.


He knows that he is an inspiration to the youth of Africa, who is using sports to give a message of hope.


A knock out is what is expected, and Dogboe will certainly do it in grand style.


Isaac Royal Storm Dogboe is winning over fans in Japan by the minute as he continues to make the headlines in the media in Hidenori Otake’s country, Japan ahead of their clash for the Ghanaian’s WBO junior featherweight world title.

Story by Sammy Heywood Okine

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