I didn’t benefit financially from Isaac Dogbe - Boxing Investor

Boxing Investor, John Manfo The CEO of Fight Ready Boxing Syndicate John Manfo has disclosed to Starr Sports that he did not benefit from investing in former WBO Super Bantamweight champion Isaac Dogbe. The businessman reportedly pumped thousands of dollars into the boxer’s career. Manfo contributed immensely to help Dogbe get a shot at the world title after he paid the purse bid of the boxer for him to fight interim champion Cezar Suarez. A fight which gave Dogbe the chance to fight for the world title against Jesse Magdeleno in 2018. Speaking on untold stories on » Read More

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