Dogboe and Krampah set stage for WBO/WBA titles cracker

21 year old Isaac Dogboe's perfect career start faces its sternest test yet when he faces the experienced George Krampah at the Accra Sports Stadium on Boxing Day 2015

Fireworks are expected at the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday night when undefeated Isaac 'Royal Storm' Dogboe squares up to the challenge of vastly experienced George Krampah in a co-main event of the Boxing Day fight show.

Dogboe and Krampah clash for both WBO and WBA Africa Featherweight belts under the Michael Amoo Bediako's Streetwise Promotions in collaboration with Errol Hawk Sports and Gudtime Promotions bill on Saturday night, December 26.

Click on the video above to watch the two boxers square off at their pre-fight weigh-in at the Accra Sports Stadium on Friday afternoon, Christmas Day.

21 year old Dogboe (10-0, 6 KOs) is riding a perfect start to his professional career after previously representing Ghana as a 17 year old at the London 2012 Olympic Games.


The highly rated youngster who is trained by his father, Paul began his career in Switzerland and also fought in Northern Ireland as well as the United States of America where he fought five times, winning all.

He then came to Ghana to as his put it, connect with his homeland and get the support of his people in his quest to join Ghana's legendary list of boxing world champions.

Three fights, young Dogboe has fought in this country, three times he has emerged victorious, all via knockouts with complete conviction.

Now standing in his way for a first ever continental title is George Krampah whose professional career began in 2011 and is coming off just his second defeat in 15 career fights, suffered to Thabo Sonjica in South Africa back in June this year.

Add it to the fact that Krampah is trained by one of the best boxing coaches in this country, Lawrence Carl Lokko and you have an almost mountainous task in front of the young shoulders of Isaac Dogboe but his father cum coach remains unfazed.


"We haven't seen him fight so how can you say he is our toughest opponent? Isaac doesn't regard boxers  that have 16 wins, 0 loss but when they go international they get knocked out," Paul Dogboe bluntly brushed aside Pulse Sports suggestions.

"We are ready, Isaac has been ready even before he was born. I want to tell the fans to come early to avoid disappointment, Krampah will be knocked out before round 7," Dogboe Senior affirmed full of confidence.

All roads certainly lead to the Accra Sports Stadium on Saturday night for this, one of ten mouth-watering bouts on the 'Time to prove yourself' bill headlined by the WBO Africa BAntamweight championship featuring another 2012 Olympian, Duke Micah against Ekow Wilson,

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