By James K. Attaglo Wilson|| firstname.lastname@example.org
In 2:18 seconds, Isaac ‘The Royal Storm’ Dogboe had already defended his WBO junior featherweight title over Hidenori Otake and the humongous crowd at the Gila River Arena in Glendale [Arizona] could not stop shouting NeHo! NeHo!! NeHo!!! in admiration to the farash of the young Ghanaian boxing superstar.
Otake  tried to secure himself, but he simply could not stand the ferocious jabs of the young champion [Isaac Dogboe] who sent him down on the floor thrice in a single round.
It was a walk in the ring for Isaac Dogboe who made his professional debut in 2013, knocking out Csaba Toth in round three in Sternensaal, Berne [Switzerland].
In as much as Hidenori Otake failed to pull the plugs right from the sound of the bell, Isaac Dogboe [20-0-0,14KOs] proved once again that he is not only smart, but a real full-on killer in the ring dishing out some hot jabs into the body of the lethargic looking Japanese.
A bad left hook from the African warrior into the head of Otake dropped the Japanese on his heels forcing referee Patrick Morley to stop the fight prematurely.
After rising through the ranks, the 2012 Olympian [Isaac Dogboe] announced his presence to the world in a dramatic fashion on April 28, 2018 when he came from a first round knockdown to stop Jessie Magdaleno in round 11 to win the WBO junior featherweight title at the former Temple of Apollo in Philadelphia, PA.
The Royal Storm is now looking out for a unification bout with Rey Vargas [WBC] who’ll be defending his title against McDonnell in October or Danny Roman [WBA].