On January 11, 2018, WBO Interim Super Bantamweight champion and one time Olympic champion Isaac Dogboe paid a courtesy call on Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III, Akwamumanhene, at the Bogyawe Palace – Akwamufie.
The visit by Dogboe was to present the title he won against his Mexican opponent, Cesar Juarez, on a fifth-round knock-out a fortnight ago at the Bukom Boxing Arena.
Born on September 26, 1994, Isaac Dogboe has made a name for himself as a professional boxer from the age of 17, taking part in the 2012 Summer Olympics in the UK and qualifying with a silver in the African Olympic qualifying events.
Dogboe is set to face Magdaleno in a bid to become the full WBO World super bantamweight champion.
In recognition of his sterling performance, the Akwamumanhene named the young WBO interim Super Bantamweight Champion, “Okofo” Isaac ‘Royal Storm’ Dogboe.
Odeneho Kwafo Akoto III advised the young boxer to focus on his career and be mindful of distractions that could potentially derail his ambitions and stall his success.
Elders of the place prayed for the boxer, asking for guidance, protection. and along successful career.
Isaac was accompanied to Bogyawe Palace by members of his family, management and training team.