Former WBO Super Bantamweight Champion, Isaac Dogboe has been ruled out for the remainder of the year after suffering an injury.
Dogboe who suffered back-to-back losses to Emanuel Navarrete (the last of which was on May 11, 2019) was eyeing a November 30 return against former WBA (Super) and IBF super-bantamweight champion Carl Frampton.
However, that fight won’t happen due to his injury.
Dogboe, 24, (20-2, 14 KO) took to Instagram to confirm that the bout against his former sparring partner Frampton (26-2, 15 KO) was off.
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My Ring Return was November 30th 2019 in Las Vegas against @theframpton but Unfortunately we have had to pull out of the Fight due to an Injury. I, like yourself was really excited and looking forward to this Great DustUp. I do hope we get to make it happen in the near future, either in #America or #UK I Look forward to the New Year for my RING RETURN. Thank you all! God Bless. #NEHO #IsaacDogboe #DogboeFrampton #RoyalStorm #StillNeho #TheComeUp #WarriorOfAfrica #Africa #Anyako #Ghana #USA #CALIFORNIA #UK #IRELAND #CarlFrampton #TeamDogboe #Boxing #toprankboxing @toprank
“Royal Storm” as Dogboe is known, was on his way to be a candidate of the 2018 Fighter of the Year after knocking out Cesar Juarez, Jessie Magdaleno, and Hidenori Otake, only to be defeated in a one-sided loss to Emanuel Navarrete last December.
He has since changed trainers twice and hinted at moving up in weight class to featherweight (126 pounds) or super featherweight (130 pounds).
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