Can Isaac Dogboe Avenge His Loss to Emanuel Navarrete?

Jun 3, 2012
Korakuen Hall
He took a beating from Navarrete in their first fight, but Dogboe said he didn't prepare properly for the fight.

Can Dogboe make the necessary changes to defeat Navarrete in their rematch on May 11th?
Jun 20, 2012
I'd like to be wrong but I just think Navarrete presents too many problems for Dogboe to overcome. In the first fight he was able to pressure Dogboe with his size and overwhelm him with his punch volume battering Dogboe's eye shut in the process. He also has a bit more guile than your average Mexican imo, I think Dogboe will need to come up with something different and quite special to beat him.
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Jun 4, 2013
Man, it'd be a mountain of an accomplishment if Dogboe wins the rematch. He was outclassed and outsized. Navarrete was no joke. Guy is big and hits hard. I don't know what I would tell him to do to win the rematch. His coach has some tough work ahead.
Aug 4, 2012
He is going to get battered again i think, i like both of these though so may the best man win.
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Jun 3, 2012
Korakuen Hall
It was sad to watch.

Dogboe has said he wants to move up to featherweight as he's struggling at 122lbs. But with his small size, you'd hope he would be aiming to go the opposite direction and down to bantam... He's in a very tricky position.
Jul 14, 2015
Some of the comments on that article :lol:
"Uncouth language from your part has been the cause of your fall." :yep

"Yooo we have heard you daddy but u shd first be charged with manslaughter for pushing ur son into that unnecessary rematch....after how badly the guy battered your son in the first fight" :yep:yep

Dogboe has been fighting with huge pressure tbh, his dad Paul owed $400K apparently and it's only just been paid off, think he funded his fight against Juarez

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