Boxing Champ Dogboe to be honored at the 3G Awards in NY

3G Media Group is proud to announce that one of the world’s finest boxer; Isaac Zion Kojo Dogboe will be honored at the 3G Awards in New York.

His nomination was made by the 3G Awards Sports Legend and Hall of Fame Honoree; Dan Kwaku Yeboah, the Head of Sports, Peace FM..

The selected committee of the Board of Directors immediately accepted his nomination for his courage and outstanding performance in putting Ghana on the world map again.

He will be honored with the 3G Outstanding Contribution to Boxing Award.

The Champ has proudly accepted the nomination and responded in an email which read;

“To The Chief Executive Officer, Dr. CNN Mensah on behalf of 3G Awards.Thank you for your nomination.

I truly appreciate you for recognising our efforts in boxing. We will hold dear and cherish this award and keep it as a remembrance to always aspire to uplift and motivate our people and the next generation after us and all eyes set on us. Thank you once again and I look forward to seeing you all soon.


He held the World Boxing Organization (WBO) International Junior Featherweight Champion title in 2008. He is also the World Boxing Champion (WBC) and WBO number one contender in the Featherweight division to the World title. A former WBO Superbantamweight World Champion.

3G Media Group, presents the 11th edition on Saturday, October 1, 2022. Time: 9pm, Red Carpet, Venue: REPLIB Banquet Hall, 4132 Park Avenue, Bronx, NY 10457. 3G is initials for God, Global & Giving (Triple G, 3Gs). The maiden event was launched in 2009, a year after launching our 3G Magazine. The ceremony is dubbed; “A Night of Heroes” recognizes the sacrifice and dedication of the unsung heroes, leading trailblazers of the greater Ghanaian/African and Global communities.

Last year’s Special 10th edition was life changing and mind boggling which made headline news.

The event was graced by Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, Dan Kwaku Yeboah, Ohemaa Mercy and Hon. Daniel Atta Boafo, The Consul General in New York. Over the 13 years, honorees have included; Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, Abraham Attah (Hollywood Actor), Azuma Nelson, Boxing Legend, Michael Spinks, Boxing Legend, Ambassador Edward Boateng, Rev. Osei Kofi, Ibrahim Sunday, Kuuku Dadzie (Soccer Legends, Akwasi Appiah (Former Coach), Asamoah Gyan (Captain GH Black Stars), Nii Botchwey Laryea (Nungua Chief), Hon. Kwamena Duncan, Hon. Samuel Amoako, Former Consul General, Ruth-Hassell Thompson, Former Senator of Mount Vernon, New York, Captain Solomon Quainoo of Emirate Airlines, Dan Kwaku Yeboah (Director, Peace FM Sports), Emelia Brobbey (Actress), Delay & Many others. Tim

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