Isaac Dogboe, the former world champion boxer, wasted no time in getting back to training after his recent loss to Robeisy Ramirez in Oklahoma. Despite missing out on the opportunity to win the vacant WBO featherweight title, Dogboe was already back in the gym, working hard to get back into the groove.
“I’m feeling fine and good,” Dogboe told Joy Sports at the Headbangers Gym in Washington DC. “I need to get back into the swing of things, and I’m more than ready for it.”
Dogboe immediately got to work with some mitt work, shadow sparring, and skipping under the watchful eye of his trainers, led by Barry Hunter. Hunter was pleased to see that Dogboe had put his loss behind him and was ready to focus on his training.
“I’m glad he’s put the loss behind him,” Hunter said. “So we’re getting back to work.”
In a post-bout interview with Joy Sports at the Hard Rock Casino, Dogboe had initially planned to take some time off to rest, a decision his head trainer also approved. However, Dogboe soon realized that he would get bored and decided to return to the gym to get back to training.
“I did mention I would take time off to rest, but I realized I would get bored,” Dogboe explained. “Besides, I’m not hurt, so I’d rather come to the gym and get the work started.”
Despite losing the fight to Ramirez, Dogboe remains determined and focused on his training. He is looking forward to getting back into the ring and proving himself once again.