On Saturday night, Nick Ball and Isaac Dogboe clash in a bout that has all the ingredients to be a real barnburner, and we’re telling you exactly how to watch the action.
The exciting collision pits two fighters with exciting styles, ferocious power and an unrelenting will to win, against one another in a battle neither can afford to lose.
Born in Liverpool, Ball quickly gravitated towards boxing, exhibiting all the minerals needed to make it to the very top of the sport. Upon turning professional, he embarked on a mission to destroy every man in his path. And it’s fair to say he’s lived up to the hype.
Courtesy of the dynamite in his hands, the likes of, Isaac Lowe and Jesus Ramirez Rubio, have fallen foul to the shots coming their way. But while the scouser looks every bit like a future world champion, he has an extremely tough test waiting for him at the AO Arena in Manchester.
Can Isaac Dogboe beat Nick Ball?
Brought up in Ghana, Dogboe had to fight from day one, doing everything in his power to pursue his dreams. The warrior moved to England with his father, spending endless hours running around the park and hitting the pads, in order to develop the conditioning necessary to make it to the pinnacle of the sport.
In a testament to their powers of resilience, eventually, all their years of sacrifice and hard work proved worthwhile. Together, the father and son duo flew to Philadelphia and produced a monumental upset. Showcasing grit and determination, Dogboe defeated Jessie Magdeleno to win the WBO super bantamweight world title.
And with his experience at the top level considered, he believes he has the seasoning to put Ball in his place. Therefore, with this contest looking unlikely to disappoint, here’s how you can tune in.
How to watch Nick Ball vs Isaac Dogboe
The eagerly-anticipated match-up will broadcast live on TNT Sports.
Nick Ball vs Isaac Dogboe: Start time
The evening’s entertainment will commence at 6 PM, with the main event scheduled for approximately 10 PM.
Nick Ball vs Isaac Dogboe: Full card
It’s fair to say Frank Warren has pulled out all the stops to deliver an excellent bill. The card, branded, ‘The Magnificent Seven’, features and array of intriguing fights, including Denzel Bentley vs Nathan Heaney.
With the British title on the line, the Londoner will look to prove he’s a step above the domestic scene. However, it won’t be easy as Heaney’s barmy army of Stoke fans will make sure the arena is anything but a pleasant environment.
- Nick Ball vs Isaac Dogboe, 12 rounds, WBC featherweight eliminator
- Denzel Bentley vs. Nathan Heaney, 12 rounds, for Bentley’s British middleweight titl
- Hannah Rankin vs. Ema Kozin, 10 rounds, for vacant WBC women’s junior middleweight title
- Liam Davies vs. Vincenzo La Femina, 12 rounds, for Davies’ European junior featherweight title
- Ekow Essuman vs. Harry Scarff, 12 rounds, for Essuman’s British and Commonwealth welterweight titles
- Nathaniel Collins vs. Zak Miller, 12 rounds, for Collins’ British and Commonwealth featherweight titles
- Solomon Dacres vs Michael Webster, 12 rounds, for the English heavyweight title
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