Saturday, October 20 2012
'Early in the day Mugula assured Ugandans that he was going to knock out Nagy but of course after falling victims to motor mouthed Golola of Uganda, they did not believe him.
The fight started off at a few minutes past mid night and within the very first round, Mugula was seen giving Nagy a treat similar to what Golola experienced in the Nagy fight as he kept on running and jumping all over the ring.
The second round did not even go halfway as Nagy was already bleeding profusely. It was decided that the fight ends right there and that is how Ronald Mugula knocked out Nagy becoming the new Intercontinental Champion.
Alice Namatovu, a sports presenter on UBC and also Mugula's manager was all excited about the results as she thanked all for showing up in large numbers after earlier rumours had it that the fight had been cancelled by police.
The fans were happy that Mugula had won but not very excited also now that the fight lasted less than five minutes. Each round was 3 mins with one minute for a break but the second round was a mere 'beep' before Nagy started bleeding.
The fight was live on UBC with various amateur and professional fights before the main fight. Dr. Hilderman and Bobi Wine were part of the entertainment crew. Upcoming artiste Gravity Omutujju was also given a slot though he did more of 'Kona mu awo DJ' with his trousers that left his behind fully exposed under the guise of swagg. Bills Butodene was the MC.
This was a perfect consolation for the Uganda - Zambia loss. Mugula was asked if he could honour a second fight with Nagy, he said yes but warned that this time he will thump him in the first round.
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