National kick boxing champion Titus Tugume says if it means taking Lozenzo Volodymir to the trenches to land the World Kickboxing Intercontinental belt for permanently. Volodymir and Tugume face off on May 18 at the UMA main exhibition hall and a victory will take the Ugandan a step to landing a world title fight.
“The Intercontinental belt is my absolute pride and joy,” said tugume. “My family and country would be proud of me and I don’t want to let them down,” he added. And the 27-year-old admits that would mean more than anything so far in a professional career that is just starting.
He started it on a high note dismissing Malik Kaliisa in a national title fight. “I
ways said it that I came into kick boxing not just for money but for the titles.” Tugume has proved that he is more than domestic level and he is looking beyond the Ukrainian.
“Competition has always not been here, it’s out there the reason am looking for it to be someone in the ranks of the sport,” Tugume told kawowo sports. And the Bushenyi warrior believes he will provide Volodymir with his toughest assignment to date. “Am fighting for a world title at home, and I will fight to my last breathe.”