Ghanaian professional boxer, Isaac Dogboe has for some time now been shouting “Neho” and sometimes been spotted rocking a branded attire and caps with the inscription “Neho” written boldly on them.

Following how he mentions the word with so much vim and vigor, some Ghanaians and his fans have also followed suit by also saying it as a sign of showing support to the boxer.

A lot of people have been wondering the meaning the word the Isaac keeps shouting which sometimes even scares his opponent but finally, the boxer himself has explained the full meaning of “Neho”.

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According to the boxer, NEHO is an Ewe word which translates as “Let it Rise”.

He also took time out to give the full meaning of each letter as “NEVER failing EXCELLENCE through HOPE we shall OVERCOME”.

Watch the video of him explaining what Neho means

The boxer, however, lost to Mexican boxer Emmanuel Navarrete earlier today after he attempted to redeem himself in a rematch.

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