Saturday, June 30 2012
Moses Golola has lost yet another fight to Hungarian Zsamboki Mate in a fight that was to be ten rounds of 2 minutes each but lasted only six rounds after Golola asked that the match be stopped.
Golola was the first one to come to the ring though he looked scared from the onset. After some time, Mate who was tightly guarded appeared. For some reason, the DJ failed to play the National anthems for Uganda and Hungary.
This must have been Zsamboki Mate's first fight in which the Hungarian anthem was not sung but that did not stop him from beating Golola thoroughly.
Mate was too good for Golola that whatever golola tried out, he could end up falling or missing and most times running as Zsamboki thumped him. During the post match interview, Golola said that he dislocated his leg and that is what led to the loss.
However, while in the ring, you could see him running and jumping instead of kicking and boxing. On several occasions he tried wrestling Zsamboki to the canvas but that just earned him more kicks that always left him struggling to get on his feet.
Golola had warned that he was going to beat Zsamboki and would end up in the Bwaise floods.
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