|Real name||Isaac Zion Dogboe|
|Height||5 ft 2 in (157 cm)|
|Reach||66 in (168 cm)|
|Born||26 September 1994|
|Wins by KO||14|
He qualified winning silver in the African Olympic Qualifying Event beating Mohamed Bedir (EGY), Emilian Polino (TAN), Ayabonga Sonjica (RSA) and only losing on countback after a 6:6 draw in the final to Aboubakr Lbida (MAR).
In the first round of the 2012 Olympics he faced Satoshi Shimizu of Japan. Ahead on points in the first 2 rounds (4:3, 3:2) he lost the bout after the judges scored round three 5:2 in favour of the Japanese overturning Dogboe’s lead. The verdict was met with vocal displeasure from ringside spectators and was later described as "contentious" and a "mystery decision" by media outlets.
After turning professional in 2013, Isaac compiled a record of 17-0 before challenging Mexican fighter Cesar Juarez for the vacant Interim WBO Super bantamweight title which he won via 5th round stoppage. In his next fight Dogboe would face and beat full champion Jessie Magdaleno to become the WBO's sole champion at super bantamweight.
Isaac "Royal Storm" Dogboe successfully retained his WBO junior featherweight title with a first-round knockout of Japanese challenger Hidenori Otake on Saturday 25 August 2018 at the Gila River Arena in Glendale, USA. Dogboe knocked the ageing Otake down twice and then battered him until referee Patrick Morley was forced to intervene to stop the slaughter.
He lost the WBO super bantamweight title to Emanuel Navarrete at the Hulu Theater in New York City's Madison Square Garden on 8 December 2018. All three judges scored the fight in Navarrete's favor. On 11 May 2019, the pair fought a rematch, and Dogboe lost once again, by twelfth round technical knockout.
Break from boxing
Isaac confirmed after his second bout with Emanuel Navarrete that he would be taking a break from the sport. This would make it possible for him to continue to study for his bachelors, which he had to defer due to the demanding nature of his career as a boxer.
Professional boxing record
|Professional record summary|
|22 fights||20 wins||2 losses|
|22||Loss||20–2||Emanuel Navarrete||TKO||12 (12), 2:02||11 May 2019||Convention Center, Tucson, Arizona, U.S.||For WBO super bantamweight title|
|21||Loss||20–1||Emanuel Navarrete||UD||12||8 Dec 2018||Hulu Theater, New York City, New York, U.S.||Lost WBO super bantamweight title|
|20||Win||20–0||Hidenori Otake||TKO||1 (12), 2:18||25 Aug 2018||Gila River Arena, Glendale, Arizona, U.S.||Retained WBO super bantamweight title|
|19||Win||19–0||Jessie Magdaleno||TKO||11 (12), 1:38||28 Apr 2018||Liacouras Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.||Won WBO super bantamweight title|
|18||Win||18–0||Cesar Juarez||TKO||5 (12)||01-06-2018||Bukom Boxing Arena, Accra||Won vacant WBO interim super bantamweight title|
|17||Win||17–0||Javier Chacón||RTD||6 (12)||07-22-2017||Bukom Boxing Arena, Accra||Retained WBO International super bantamweight title|
|16||Win||16–0||Julián Aristule||TKO||7 (10)||12-10-2016||Spark Arena, Auckland||Won vacant WBO International super bantamweight title|
|15||Win||15–0||Neil John Tabanao||UD||12 (12)||08-26-2016||Police Fitness and Social Centre, Accra||Retained WBO Africa featherweight title
Won the WBO Oriental featherweight title and vacant WBC Youth Silver Featherweight
|14||Win||14–0||Edward Kakembo||TKO||6 (10)||06-18-2016||Accra Sports Stadium, Accra||Retained WBO Africa featherweight title|
|13||Win||13–0||Michael Pappoe||UD||12 (12)||02-20-2016||Azumah Nelson Sports Complex, Accra||Retained WBO Africa featherweight title|
|12||Win||12–0||George Krampah||RTD||7 (12)||12-26-2015||Accra Sports Stadium, Accra||Won vacant WBO Africa featherweight title|
|11||Win||11–0||Joseph Adu||TKO||1 (8)||11-20-2015||Accra Sports Stadium, Accra|
|10||Win||10–0||John Oblitey Commey||TKO||3 (12)||11-06-2015||Aborigenes Beach Resort, Keta||Won vacant West African Boxing Union featherweight title|
|9||Win||9–0||Aminu Turkson||TKO||6 (8)||10-24-2015||Golden Tulip Hotel, Accra|
|8||Win||8–0||Raymond Ansah||TKO||3 (6)||09-12-2015||Wembley Park, Accra|
|7||Win||7–0||Jazzma Hogue||UD||6 (6)||04-11-2015||Phoenix Convention Center, Phoenix|
|6||Win||6–0||Jonathan Alcantara||KO||3 (6)||03-27-2015||Quiet Cannon, Montebello|
|5||Win||5–0||Alejandro Ochoa||UD||6 (6)||01-23-2015||Quiet Cannon, Montebello|
|4||Win||4–0||Wilberth Lopez||UD||6 (6)||11-29-2014||Westin Bonaventure Hotel, Los Angeles|
|3||Win||3–0||Ronald Rodríguez||TKO||2 (4)||10-24-2014||Crowne Plaza Hotel, San Diego|
|2||Win||2–0||Andy Harris||PTS||4 (4)||06-20-2014||Waterfront Hall, Belfast|
|1||Win||1–0||Csaba Toth||KO||3 (6)||08-30-2013||Sternensaal, Berne||Professional debut|
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- "Isaac Dogboe KOs Cesar Juarez to claim interim junior featherweight world title". ESPN. Retrieved 29 April 2018.
- "Dogboe Drops, Shocks, Stops Magdaleno For WBO Title". Boxingscene. Retrieved 29 April 2018.
- "Must Watch: Isaac Dogboe knocks out Hidenori Otake in round one". AirnewsOnline. 26 August 2018. Retrieved 26 August 2018.
- "Isaac Dogboe loses WBO world super bantamweight title to Emanuel Navarrete". www.myjoyonline.com. Retrieved 1 January 2019.
- "Navarrete stops Dogboe in rematch, defends WBO junior featherweight world title". www.myjoyonline.com. Retrieved 8 November 2019.
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- "Exclusive: Dogboe takes time off boxing". www.myjoyonline.com. Retrieved 13 May 2019.
|New title|| WBO super bantamweight champion
6 January 2018 - 28 April 2018
Won full title
| WBO super bantamweight champion
28 April 2018 – 8 December 2018