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Joet Gonzalez vs Isaac Dogboe set for July 23 in Hinckley, MN – tickets

Gonzalez vs Dogboe: WBC featherweight world title eliminator at Grand Casino Hinckley

The date has been set for Joet Gonzalez vs Isaac Dogboe showdown as the pair squares off in the ten-round WBC featherweight world title eliminator live stream on ESPN+ from Grand Casino Hinckley in Hinckley, MN on Saturday, July 23. The contest features two-time world title challenger, who also puts his WBO International featherweight title on the line, up against former super featherweight world champion. Tickets information has been also announced today.


In the co-main event undefeated contender Giovanni Cabrera goes up against Gabriel Flores Jr. The bout is scheduled for ten rounds at lightweight.

“Joet and Isaac are guaranteed entertainment each time they step through the ropes, and I have no doubt they will combine for an action-packed main event,” said Top Rank chairman Bob Arum. “With Cabrera and Flores in the co-feature, this is a truly sensational summertime card at the Grand Casino in Hinckley.”

Gonzalez vs Dogboe tickets

Joet Gonzalez vs Isaac Dogboe tickets to witness all the action on Saturday, July 23 at Grand Casino Hinckley in Hinckley, MN are on sale. Tickets can be purchased through Vivid Seats.

The date when the event airs live in the UK and Australia is Sunday, July 24.

Joet Gonzalez vs Isaac Dogboe

Joet Gonzalez (25-2, 15 KOs), from Glendora, California, is considered one of boxing’s best uncrowned champions, a 10-year pro whose only defeats have come to Shakur Stevenson and Emanuel Navarrete in separate bids for the WBO featherweight world title. Gonzalez’s October 2021 decision loss to Navarrete was considered one of the best action fights of the year and did little to diminish his standing. He is currently rated No. 1 by the WBO and No. 3 by the WBC, which comes off the heels of his ninth-round knockout over Jeo Santisima on the Ramirez vs Pedraza card in March.


Gonzalez: “The third time’s a charm, and I’m more motivated than ever to have a world title around my waist. Isaac Dogboe always comes to fight. The respect is there, but on July 23, I am preparing to go to battle. I expect the best version of Dogboe, and I will be at the top of my game.”

Isaac Dogboe (23-2, 15 KOs), from Anyako, Ghana, burst onto the world scene in April 2018 with his title-winning knockout over Jessie Magdaleno. In his first title defense, he blitzed Hidenori Otake in the opening round. Dogboe’s rapid rise came to a halt with consecutive defeats to Navarrete, but he reignited his career with victories over Chris Avalos, Adam Lopez, and Christopher Diaz. The Diaz and Lopez bouts – 10-round majority decisions – were toe-to-toe barnburners that may serve as an indication what he’ll bring against Gonzalez. A 2012 Olympian, Dogboe has royal lineage, as his late grandfather, Torgbui Sri III, was the ruler of the Anlo state in Ghana’s Volta Region. His return to boxing royalty hinges on a victory over Gonzalez.

Dogboe said: “I have been tested against the very best, and on July 23, we go to war against another top contender in Joet Gonzalez. I am excited to be back in a main event as I continue my quest to become a two-weight world champion.”

Giovanni Cabrera vs Gabriel Flores Jr

Giovanni Cabrera (20-0, 7 KOs) inked a promotional contract with Top Rank earlier this year and has notched decision victories over Rene Tellez Giron and Elias Araujo to make it 20 for 20. Trained by Freddie Roach at Wild Card Boxing Club in Los Angeles, Cabrera started boxing at 16 when he was inspired by Roach’s most famous pupil, Manny Pacquiao. He was raised mostly in Chicago and developed as a pro at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Washington, where he headlined six events. Following an October 2019 win in Chicago, he was sidelined for more than two years due to promotional and managerial issues. Since signing with Top Rank, Cabrera has re-established his standing as a contender to watch.

Cabrera said: “I’m here to contend for the lightweight crown. I’m still getting better, and I still have a lot to prove. Gabriel Flores Jr. is a highly skilled fighter, but I’m used to taking on this level of challenge. I know he’s never been in with a fighter like me. His strategy against me will only be a guess, a shot in the dark, but how can you prepare for a style you’ve never seen? I’m going to train my butt off out of full respect for my opponent, and the fans will be the winners.”

Gabriel Flores Jr (21-1, 7 KOs), a 22-year-old from Stockton, California, saw his momentum come to a temporary halt with a one-sided loss last September to Luis Alberto Lopez. Less than six months later, Flores survived a gut check to edge a majority decision over Abraham Montoya. Prior to the Lopez loss, Flores became only the second man to knock out former world title challenger Jayson Velez.

Flores said: “I am a different fighter at lightweight. The weight is no longer an issue, and you’re going to see the same fighter that knocked out Velez. I like fighting southpaws, so if Cabrera thinks I don’t have the strategy to beat him, he’s going to be in for a rude awakening on July 23. I know what I need to do, and mark my words, I’m going to win this fight in dominant fashion.”

Gonzalez vs Dogboe undercard

The undercard is scheduled to include many of Top Rank’s rising stars, including Italian heavyweight knockout artist Guido “The Gladiator” Vianello (8-0-1, 8 KOs) in an eight-rounder, featherweight prospect Haven Brady Jr. (6-0, 4 KOs) in a six-rounder, Milwaukee native Javier Martinez (6-0, 2 KOs) in a six-round middleweight bout, and 6’9 heavyweight Antonio “El Gigante” Mireles (3-0, 3 KOs) in a four-rounder against Minneapolis resident Dennys Reyes (3-2, 1 KO).

Cleveland-born lightweight phenom Abdullah Mason (2-0, 2 KOs) and fellow Clevelander, light heavyweight Dante Benjamin Jr. (2-0, 1 KO), will represent “The Land” in separate four-rounders. Benjamin Jr. will fight fellow unbeaten Corey Thompson (4-0, 3 KOs), who hails from Coon Rapids, Minnesota.

Four additional Minnesota natives will add some local flavor to the card. Middleweight Antonio Woods (10-0, 8 KOs) is scheduled to appear in a six-rounder, while heavyweight Colton Warner (4-1, 3 KOs) returns in a four-rounder. And, in an all-Minnesota heavyweight showdown scheduled for four rounds, Cayman Audie (1-1, 1 KO) will do battle with Tommy Matlon (2-1, 1 KO).

Gonzalez vs Dogboe fight card

The current Gonzalez vs Dogboe lineup can be found below. The finalized fight card is expected to be announced in the coming weeks.

Main Card

  • Joet Gonzalez vs. Isaac Dogboe, 10 rounds, featherweight Gonzalez’s WBO International featherweight title, WBC featherweight title eliminator
  • Giovanni Cabrera vs. Gabriel Flores Jr, 10 rounds, lightweight


  • Guido Vianello vs. TBA, 8 rounds, heavyweight
  • Haven Brady Jr vs. TBA, 6 rounds, featherweight
  • Javier Martinez vs. TBA, 6 rounds, middleweight
  • Antonio Mireles vs. Dennys Reyes, 4 rounds, heavyweight
  • Abdullah Mason vs. TBA, 4 rounds, lightweight
  • Dante Benjamin Jr vs. Corey Thompson, 4 rounds, light heavyweight
  • Antonio Woods vs. TBA, 6 rounds, middleweight
  • Colton Warner vs. TBA, 4 rounds, heavyweight
  • Cayman Audie vs. Tommy Matlon, 4 rounds, heavyweight

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