Ghanaian boxer, Isaac Dogboe, has confirmed he will face Puerto Rican boxer, Christopher Diaz in November.
The former WBO Super bantamweight champion disclosed his next bout on his official Twitter handle.
“ISAAC DOGBOE VS CHRISTOPHER DIAZ. It’s OFFICIAL!!!! Time to Shine… November 20th Las Vegas On a PPV card. You Don’t Want To Miss This One?? ???? More News To Come!!” he tweeted.
The 27-year-old last fought in June, defeating Adam Lopez by a majority decision but will now face Diaz in a quest to get his hands on yet another world title.
Meanwhile, Former International Boxing Federation (IBF) bantamweight champion, Joseph ‘King Kong’ Agbeko, says compatriot Isaac Dogboe is in great condition to become a two-time world champion in the near future.
Agbeko revealed that meeting Dogboe recently convinced him of the former world champion’s commitment to winning a championship fight at featherweight.
“I think Dogboe is in great shape to achieve that status as a two-time champion in the coming years,” said Agbeko in an interview with Graphic Sports.
He added: “I met him recently and from our conversation I could tell that he is well-conditioned to win another title for the country. When you look at him now you can tell that he is a refined fighter who has moved on from those two defeats to Navarrete.”