- Former world champion Isaac Dogboe continues his chase of another championship as he takes on Robeisy Ramirez.
- The fight is scheduled to take place on April 1 in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
- The winner of the Dogboe versus Ramirez bout will likely face Emanuel Navarrete in a world title fight.
Ghanaian boxer Isaac ‘Royal Storm’ Dogboe is set to become a two-time world champion as he fights Cuba’s Robeisy Ramirez in a featherweight title eliminator.
The ten-round featherweight bout will now headline an April 1 Top Rank show on ESPN+ in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
According to Big Fight Weekend, the bout will be either for the vacant WBO interim featherweight title or the potentially vacant full title.
In a post on Twitter, sighted by Sports Brief, Dogboe revealed that he is ready to become a two-time world champion while confirming his bout against Ramirez.
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Dogboe (23-2, 15KOs) is returning to the ring for the first time in 2023.
In his last fight, the former WBO junior featherweight champion outpointed former title challenger Joet Gonzalez over ten rounds last year July.
Ramirez, 29, won the gold medals as a flyweight at the London 2012 Olympic Games and the 2016 Olympics in Rio, Brazil.
Dogboe outpoints Gonzalez
Ghanaian boxer Isaac Dogboe grinds out a splendid split points victory over America's Joet to win the WBO International featherweight title.
A WBC featherweight title eliminator, Dogboe has put himself up for a shot at the WBC featherweight title next as he chases his dream of becoming a two-time world champion.
The fight was held at the Grand Casin in Hinckley, Minnesota on Saturday.
Dogboe shows gratitude to Ghanaians
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that Ghanaian boxer, Isaac Dogboe, has thanked Ghanaians and his fans across the globe for their mammoth show of support during his fight against Christopher Diaz.
Dogbe outclassed his opponent in Las Vegas to win the bout by majority decision, which gets him close to a title fight.
In a heartwarming message on Twitter, the young pugilist expressed gratitude to Ghanaians as he continues his new run of success in the sport.
Source: Sports Brief News