Saturday, April 20 2013
The five rounds fight was held at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds with each round lasting two minutes with a minute break. "He thought that I was going to use old moves, but a few seconds into the fight, he realised that I was only using new kick-boxing moves. That is when he started avoiding me, otherwise It was meant to be a knock out." Golola said after the fight.
The fast-talking kickboxer added: "I hear Titus Tugume wants a fight with me hmmm, well I'm more than prepared to show my fans what the new Golola is made of."
In the past Golola used to take passion juice and porridge but this time round, he took cement and concrete and the results have turned out to be positive.
Meanwhile, after Moses Golola and Titus Tugume, Eric Kidega Onen is the next Ugandan kick-boxing champion to look out for in the International Kickboxing spotlight. The fight between Eric Onen and Henry Bannert is slated for Apr 27 in Vienna.
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