Super-Bantamweight banger Isaac Dogboe believes it's his time to become World Champion against Jessie Magdaleno this Saturday.

The unbeaten duo clash for Magdaleno's WBO belt in Philadelphia, live in the UK and Ireland on BoxNation.

"Jessie Magdaleno is a good boxer," Dogboe told the latest BoxNation Podcast. "You can't take anything away from him, he's a World Champion, he beat a legend - Nonito Donaire.

"However, it's my time now. We've been very patient preparing for this fight. Been on the road for almost four, five years. Now the time has come. This is it."

Dogboe has stopped 12 of his 18 opponents, and in his last win he picked up the WBO Interim strap after crushing Cesar Juarez in five rounds in Accra, Ghana.

"I know I'm going to go in there with full confidence," predicted the 23-year-old. "With the grace of God, I'm going to knock Jessie Magdaleno out and everyone is going to be shocked!"

Jessie Magdaleno

Ghana-born Dogboe first started boxing in the UK, so he represents both nations: "I'm very grateful for all of the fans out there. The journey so far has been hard, but great.

"I'm a South London kid from Kennington. That's where everything started. I've had tremendous support from the UK fans," he told Steve Lillis.

After preparing for this fight by dividing his training between three countries, Dogboe is excited to finally get in the ring in what looks set to be an excellent match-up.

"I came to the UK to start training, then I went to Ghana, then came to the States. I enjoy the travel, it takes away all the stress. I feel relaxed. This is going to another exciting fight. I can't wait, it's going to be a cracker!"

On this week's latest podcast, Frank Warren and Billy Joe Saunders look ahead to June 23rd, Alan Smith talks about Bradley Skeete's European Title tilt and we reflect on the best of the weekend's action.

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