Robeisy Ramirez Vs Isaac Dogboe on ESPN+ This Saturday – Preview

Via Matt Lieberman: Isaac Dogboe is getting his second chance against Robeisy Ramirez for the vacant 126 lb WBO title on Saturday night, April 1 at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Dogboe event (24-2, 15 KOs) vs Robeisy (11-1, 7 KOs) starts at 10:00pm ET/7:00pm PT LIVE on the GAME+.

In theory, Robeisy could be too much for 28-year-old Dogboe, as he has a huge advantage in amateur pedigree in this matchup. This could be the start of a journey for Robeisy that could end with him becoming the undisputed champion at the age of 126.

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Too bad Emanuel Navarrete vacated his 126 lb WBO title to move up to 130 because it will be interesting to see him and Robeisy battle it out.

Two-time Cuban Olympic gold medalist Ramirez and former WBO bantamweight champion Dogboe met on Thursday for their final press conference to talk about their fight this Saturday.

Robeisy has been looking excellent lately, stopping his three most recent opponents Jose Matias Romero, Abraham ‘Super’ Nova and Eric Donovan. Robeisy’s left-hand strength seems to have improved since turning pro in 2019.

In a surprising loss, Robeisy lost on his professional debut to unannounced Adan Gonzalez in a four-round split in August 2019.

Robeisy was knocked down lightly by Gonzalez and couldn’t concentrate to make a difference. In their rematch a year later, Robeisy eliminated Gonzales, defeating him by a unanimous decision at the sixth round in July 2020.

Dogboe won the WBO super bantamweight title in 2018, defeating Jessie Magdaleno in the eleventh round in an exciting showdown that injured both fighters.

However, Dogboe lost the 122 lb WBO title in December 2018, losing to the larger Emanuel Navarrete by a unanimous decision over twelve innings. In the rematch in May 2019, Dogboe was stopped by Navarrete in round 12.

To his credit, Dogboe turned his career around, winning the last four fights against these boxers:

  • Joet Gonzalez
  • Chris Avalos
  • Christopher Diaz
  • Adam López

In the main support match, featherweight Joet Gonzalez (25-3, 15 KOs) faced Jose Enrique Vivas (22-2, 11 KOs) in a match scheduled for 10 rounds.

“This title opportunity means everything. We are ready,” said Robeisy. “I came to fight the best. And now here we are. When I say I’m ready, it’s because I’ve been through the process. It’s all about the process. Life shows you that if you don’t get through the process, anything can happen. So the opportunity came at the right time. I’m ready.”

“Now I have a second chance. I know that Robeisy is tough,” says Dogboe. “He is a good fighter. But I know that we will come out with a win on April 1.”

“I feel so good. They say the third time is a charm. The first time was great. The second time wasn’t all great. But I feel great about this trip,” Dogboe said. .

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