It was all joy watching Ghanaian born, Isaac Dogboe wins his fight against Avalos Chris in a featherweight clash after his double loss to Emmanuel Navarrete.
Referee Russell Mora in the eight-round 2:25 stopped the fight seeing the Mexican suffering from hefty combos from Dogboe.
The fight came off at MGM Grand Conference Center.
Dogboe’s win was the first fight ESPN televised as part of a card headlined by junior lightweights Oscar Valdez and Jayson Velez.
With 21 fights now, Dogboe improved to 21-2, recorded his 15th knockout, and ended a two-bout losing streak in his first fight in 14 months.
Referee Russell Mora stopped their scheduled eight-rounder at 2:25 of the eighth because he felt Avalos was taking too much punishment.
Dogboe is now competing in featherweight division moving up from the Super-bantamweight division and also, a new trainer at his corner, Barry Hunter.
Watch the deciding moment
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