The reigning WBO Super Bantamweight Champion – Isaac ‘The Royal Storm’ Dogboe has called on Bob Arum’s Top Rank Promotions to put him against the best in order to bring the best out of him.

The young Ghanaian boxing superstar will mount the ring to defend his title against Emanuel Navarrete [a Co feature of the Vasiliy Lomachenko vs. Jose ‘Sniper’ Pedraza WBA/WBO lightweight unification bout] on December 08, at the Hulu Theater, Madison Square Garden.

According to Isaac Dogboe he’s ready to roll at the Madison Square Garden where fighters were made:

“Put me among the best, and you’ll see the best of Isaac ‘Royal Storm’ Dogboe,” Dogboe said.

“We love the New York crowd. That’s what will motivate us and make us fight harder.

“Madison Square Garden is a legendary place. It’s a place where many fighters were made. Lomachenko and Pedraza are great fighters and being featured on a show with other great fighters is an honor.

“We are ready to roll. And to my fans, trust me, the ‘Royal Storm’ is coming to entertain!”

But the Mexican champion [Navarrete] is very confident that victory will go his way on fight night:

Jr. featherweight champ Isaac Dogboe
Jr. featherweight champ Isaac Dogboe
“This is the opportunity I was waiting for. I have a lot of respect for Isaac Dogboe, but this title will be mine,” Navarrete said.

“I feel very happy and motivated by this opportunity, even more, because of fighting in New York City.

“I know that from December 8 forward, the name Emanuel Navarrete will be known all around the world. I’m sure this win will be mine.”

Dogboe [20-0, 14 KO’s] has been shortlisted for Fighter of the Year honors [2018] having recorded three consecutive victories in the year under review.

He opened his campaign January 5 with a fifth-round TKO against Cesar Juarez to win the interim WBO world title at the Bukom Boxing Arena in Accra, Ghana.

Dogboe again dethroned world champion Jessie Magdaleno on April 28 in Philadelphia, recovering from a first-round knockdown to batter Magdaleno en route to an 11-round stoppage.

In his first title defense, the Royal Storm knocked out Hidenori Otake in Glendale, Arizona on August 25.

Navarrete [25-1, 22 KO’s] has won 20 consecutive bouts since a four-round decision loss and is riding an eight-fight knockout streak.

In his last bout, Navarrete [23] knocked out Jose Sanmartin in the 12th round of a brutal battle on June 2 in Monterrey, Mexico.