Isaac Dogboe speaks after recording a convincing win over Chris Avalos

Isaac Dogboe speaks after recording a convincing win over Chris Avalos

- Isaac Dogboe has reacted after his win over Chris Avalos

- The former champion proved too strong for his Mexican opponent

- He defeated Avalos on Tuesday, July 21, 2020, in Las Vegas

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Ghana's Isaac 'Royal Storm' Dogboe has spoken for the first time after claiming a convincing win on his return to the ring.

Dogboe has given praises to God following his splendid win over Mexico's Chris Avalos on Tuesday, July 21, 2020.

The former champion has taken to Twitter to make a proud statement following his win.

Isaac Dogboe speaks after recording a convincing win over Chris Avalos

Isaac Dogboe speaks after recording a convincing win over Chris Avalos
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He wrote:

ALL PRAISE BE TO GOD! THANK YOU ALL FOR THE SHOW OF LOVE AND SUPPORT. LOVE YOU ALL GOD BLESS.

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Twitter users have taken to the comments section to congratulate the 26-year-old hard puncher.

2SmallBoxing: "You are with a great team with Barry and Boog and the rest of the Headbangers. You looked sharp tonight. Welcome back Champ!"

FrankQuaye9: "Neho Neho! FireFireFireFireFireFireWe are back...harder and more tactical."

mr_kaasarebudu: "Go for glory Iyke! We dey ya back chief #Neho."

Jim13221338: "Great Win Isaac, respect from the UK Ok hand Fisted hand Nehoo."

albyagyeman1234: "Congratulations champ good to see you back."

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Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Dogboe dominated the headlines when he returned to the ring for the first time after 14 months.

Dogboe proved too strong for Avalos as he destroyed the latter in their featherweight contest.

In a report, Dogboe, who improved to 21-2, recorded his 15th knockout and ended a two-bout losing streak in his first fight in 14 months.

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Referee, Russell Mora, stopped their scheduled eight-rounder at 2:25 of the eighth because he felt Avalos was taking too much punishment.

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