- Isaac Dogboe will be returning to the ring after more than one year
- The former world champion will face Chris Avalos on Tuesday, 21 July 2020
- Dogboe suffered back-to-back loses to Emanuel Navarette
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Former World Boxing Organization super bantamweight champion, Isaac 'Royal Storm' Dogboe, will be making a return to the ring after more than one year.
The Ghanaian will enter the four-squared ring once against on Tuesday, 21 July 2020, at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, USA.
Dogboe will be facing Mexico's Chris Avalos in an eight-round contest.
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The Dogboe and Avalos fight will occur in the featherweight division after the former decided to move up in weight.
The featherweight won't be a new weight for Dogboe as he started his career at that division before dropping to super bantamweight.
His last fight in the featherweight division was against Filipino's John Neil Tabanao in August 2016, which he lost via a unanimous decision.
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Dogboe, before staying away from the ring, lost his title after suffering back-to-back losses against Mexico's Emanuel Navarette.
His first loss to Navarette happened in December 2018 while his second loss to the same boxer was in May 2019.
Meanwhile, Ghana defender, Lumor Agbenyenu was on target for Real Mallorca in his final game for the Spanish side.
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Agbenyenu, who is on loan from Portuguese side, Sporting Lisbon, ended his loan spell with the La Liga side on a good note.
In his final game, Agbenyenu left a good mark by scoring a beautiful goal for Real Mallorca.
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