Boxing Tips: Nick Ball v Isaac Dogboe predictions from The Hook Podcast

The good folks from the Paddy Power-sponsored The Hook podcast deliver their verdict on this weekend's action.

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The less said about last week the better! After firing blanks in Tom Aspinall’s quickfire UFC 295 win over Sergei Pavlovich it’s back to Queensbury Rules as Nick Ball takes on Isaac Dogboe on Saturday evening.

Alex: Nick Ball is like a mini Mike Tyson.

I think he’s got a knockout in his locker and, while Isaac Dogboe is a sturdy guy, he won’t be able to withstand it all fight.

I fancy Ball to Win by KO/TKO in Rounds 7-9.

Charlotte: I think I’m onto a winner here.

I also believe that Nick Ball will win but I think it will be a Knockout between Rounds 5-8.

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Nick Ball v Isaac Dogboe Betting tips

Alex: Ball to Win in Rounds 7-9
Charlotte: Ball to Win in Rounds 5-8

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