Seven-time Trainer of the Year, Freddie Roach has described Isaac “Royal Storm” Dogboe as the next Manny Pacquiao.
The International Boxing Hall of Fame inductee who trained Manny Pacquiao is the current trainer of former world bantamweight champion.
The former world bantamweight champion is now being trained by the International Boxing Hall of Fame inductee who guided Pacquiao from former world champion to boxing icon.
According to renowned boxing trainer, the Ghanaian boxer is his next champion of the world and the next Manny Pacquiao.
“Isaac, my next champion of the world. Came from the U.K., now training at Wild Card [Boxing Gym]…next world champion, next Manny Pacquiao.”
In a video sighted by Ghface.com, Isaac Dogboe revealed the Freddie Roach and himself have known each other for years.
“A young “Royal Storm” sparred at Wild Card early in his career. Now they have joined forces once again.” Dogboe said.
Roach is eager to take on the reclamation project. When he Pacquiao first showed up at Wild Card, he was a former two-time world champion who had been stopped only two years before. In their first fight together, they scored a shocking TKO win over South Africa’s Lehlo Ledwaba to make Pacquiao world champion once again. Pacquiao, at 40, is still going strong with Roach by his side.
Now, Isaac Dogboe, fresh off back to back losses, seeks to do the same.