Young Ghanaian boxer Isaac Dogboe has begun training with renowned boxing trainer Frederick Steven Roach.
The 24-year-old has seen his career take a major hit following two successive losses to Mexico’s Emmanuel Navarette.
Last December, Dogboe lost his WBO super bantamweight title to Navarette following a one-sided bout.
It was the first professional defeat in the career of the Ghanaian after he lost by unanimous decision to his opponent.
Dogboe had a rematch with Navarette in May, but again fell flat against the Mexican.
This time, the Ghanaian could not last the entire 12 rounds, as he was handed a Technical Knockout (TKO) in the final round.
Dogboe’s camp initially announced that the young boxer would quite the sport in order to focus on schooling.
However, it appears his father, Paul Dogboe, has now paved way for the more experienced Frederick Roach to take over as the boxer’s trainer.
In a video circulating on social media, Roach is seen wrapping the hand of Dogboe as they get ready for a training session.
Roach is one of the best pugilism trainers in the world, and has trained more than 20 world champions.
The former American trainer has previously handled famous boxers, including Manny Pacquiao, Oscar de la Hoya and Mike Tyson.