Ghanaian boxer Isaac Dogboe is in all praise for new trainer Barry Hunter after his latest victory over American Chris Avalos.
The former WBO Super Bantamweight champion returned to the ring for the first time in two years since he lost to Mexican Emanuel Navarrete for the second time.
Dogboe after back-to-back defeats to Navarrete went through trauma which forced him into a break eventually replacing his Dad Paul Dogboe who was acting as his trainer and Coach.
The former World Champion however decided to work with legendary trainer Freddie Roach as well as James Toney before attaching himself with Barry Hunter ahead of his bout against Chris Avalos.
The 25-year-old has showed gratitude to his new trainer for supervising him to victory.
” I had to listen. I could hear his voice telling me to just take my time and relax,” he said.
“Sometimes I was more or less like a little bit tense and once I listened and went with the flow everything was just flowing off the jabs and I felt great.”
With just two losses on his records, the Ghanaian will be looking forward to bounce back to glory in his subsequent fights.