K-1 Style Kick Boxing Fight (5 Rounds):

7th March 2014

Moses Golola Vs Ronald Mugula

At Freedom City, Entebbe Road

Fee: 20,000/= and 50,000/=

In what will go down as the most venomous and highly charged pre-fight press conference, Ugandan Kick boxers, Moses Golola and Ronald Mugula nearly fought each other at a special event to launch the duo’s highly anticipated bout on March 7th 2014 at Freedom City, Entebbe Road.

The two prized kick boxing fighters, arguably the finest in the country if not the entire East Africa and Great Lakes region had assembled before a multitude of sports reporters at Calendar Guest House in Makindye, a Kampala City Suburb on Thursday.

A charged up after Moses Golola, famous for his comical remarks castigated Mugula for the death of Andreas Nagy before his anticipated rematch. Nagy is the Hungarian kick boxer who fought and won over Golola and lost to Mugula.

” From the Anther to the Stigma, I will beat up Mugula, that German Shepherd because he is one guy responsible for Nagy’s death after he beat him up before I faced him in a re-match. He will pay for that because I will also cause his death and his kids will now belong to the nation. For the wife, I will just take her”, Golola fumed, as a visibly angry Mugula left his seat and attacked Golola but was restrained by the security personnel at the venue.

Mugula in his submission hinted on Golola’s love for money that made him accept such a fight that he terms a ‘mis-match’.

“If Golola was not interested in Money, there is no way he would wish to take me on, but I will beat him to forget the unclear circumstances how I lost to the Egyptian on the opening day of the 2014”, a calm Mugula said.

The fighter Promoters, KT promotions promised a great fight for the Uganda kick boxing fraternity.

“Come 7th March 2014 at Freedom City, all is set to have the fight take place. The two fighters have been well catered for financially though we decided the contractual details remain muted”, Edward Ssendi, the Public Relations Officer, KT Promotions said.

The brief but dramatic press conference was witnessed by the Uganda Kick Boxing Federation officials, who emphasized that the weight category difference between the two fighters must rhyme by the time that fight kicks off.

“By 7th March, at the weigh-in, both Mugula and Golola must weigh between 70 – 73 Kg, otherwise, the fight will not go on if the big difference persists”, Sam Ggombya stressed.

Ggombya also promised other under card bouts should the fight be sanctioned.

Mugula weighs between 66-68 kg at the moment while Golola is 10 kgs heavier.

David Isabirye is a senior staff writer for Kawowo Sports where he covers most of the major events.

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