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Dogboe set for the murder against Navarrete.

Dogboe set for the murder against Navarrete.
Isaac Dogboe has focused on bringing together the Super Bantamweight division
Isaac Dogboe ventures into the ring to shield his WBO super bantamweight title on Saturday against Mexican Emanuel Navarrete as he goes for bringing together the division before climbing weight one year from now.
                                                
Ellis Quashigah of Rising Star Africa, co-advertisers of Dogboe, has revealed that the WBO super bantamweight champion will climb weight to the featherweight division one year from now and could battle as a super bantamweight once again after Saturday's title resistance battle against Navarrete

Quashigah, who serves as the lawful counsel to Team Dogboe, said the hero was excited about making a second effective title barrier against Navarrete — his third Mexican adversary this year — with the end goal to concentrate on a conceivable unification session with either WBC champion, Rey Vargas or WBA titlist, Daniel Roman.

Undefeated Dogboe (20-0, 14 KOs) will mount the ring at the Madison Square Gardens in New York to protect his title on a Top Rank Promotions charge which likewise includes a world lightweight title unification battle between Vasyl Lomachenko and Jose Pedraza.

Quashigah communicated the expectation of securing a persuading triumph over Navarrete for Dogboe on December 8 as they anticipated making the division enthusiastic with unification sessions.

"It will be a persuading win for Dogboe against Navarrete. We are anticipating binding together the division by April so he can climb in weight to test at featherweight.

"It is his desire to see the division being vivacious and this is the reason he continues getting out every one of the victors for a conceivable unification session," he said.

Dogboe will show up in the ring this year having had prevails upon Cesar Juarez in January, Jessie Magdaleno in April and Hidenori Otake on August 25.

The battle with Navarrete (25-1, 22 KOs) will be the 24-year-old's last ring appearance this year and has anticipated an insistent triumph going into 2019.


Navarrete, then again, must work resolutely in an offer to depose the hard-hitting Ghanaian and will approach the battle with the truly necessary concentration in his lady world title session.

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