Mexican boxer Cesar Juarez has vowed to bring to an end the unbeaten run of promising Ghanaian boxer Isaac Dogboe on Saturday night.
At the weigh-in on Friday in Accra, Juarez, who is ranked second to his African opponent by the World Boxing Organisation (WBO), says he is not intimidated by the home support for Dogboe.
“I’m not worried about the crowd and the noises of the fans because it will be only me and him in the ring, nobody can help him. It’s all in my hands and I will make sure I silence him and his fans.”
The two will fight for the WBO interim super bantamweight world title at the Bukom Boxing Arena.
The fight is under Rising Star Africa Promotions.
Already, Dogboe, nicknamed The Royal Storm, has promised “fireworks”.
He has a record of 17 fights with no defeats and 11 knock-outs.
Juarez, on the other hand, has fought 20 times but lost five of them. He has 15 KOs.