Nick Ball will face the challenge of Isaac Dogboe on Saturday 18th November 2023 at AO Arena in Manchester.
The fight will be contested over 12 rounds in the Featherweight division, which means the weight limit will be 126 pounds (9 stone or 57.1 KG).
This contest is a final eliminator for the WBC featherweight championship of the world.
Also, on the undercard will be Denzel Bentley's and Nathan Heaney's fight for the BBBOC British Middleweight championship, Anthony Cacace's and Ryan Garner's fight, Ekow Essuman's and Harry Scarff's contest for the BBBOC British Welterweight and CBC Commonwealth Welterweight titles and Liam Davies' and Vincenzo La Femina's bout.
Here's everything you need to know ahead of Nick Ball vs Isaac Dogboe.
Date: Saturday, November 18.
The fighters are expected to ringwalk at around 10:30 PM GMT at AO Arena, Manchester, United Kingdom, which is 5:30 PM EST or 2:30 PM PST on the West Coast of America.
“It is a good fight, and he has got a similar style to me in that he is small and comes forward,” he considered. “It is only going to make for an action-packed fight in my eyes. He has been a world champion and has been in with a few world champions so, on paper, he has got more experience. Although, if I can’t beat him, I won’t be no world champion.
“I definitely make myself favourite and always back myself. All my fights have been in London recently so, with this one being in Manchester and only 40 minutes away, my people will all get down and support me. There will be a big interest, and everyone will be taking notice of this one. I am one step away from a world title fight now and within touching distance.”
“I know coming off a world title loss, to many, it would’ve sunk them into the abyss,” said the now US-based star who hails from Accra. “But I am still on my feet and God is guiding me day after day. Fighting in a WBC world title eliminator against an opponent like Nick Ball is a wonderful opportunity. He’s a great fighter with a lot of buzz behind him in the UK. This fight is about redemption. I haven’t fought on English soil since I turned pro. My passion for boxing started there, and I can’t wait to return home.”