Saturday, 08 March 2014
Golola Moses declared the Champion with a win from the two judges (50-48, 50-49) and a (49-49) from the third judge.
The five round fight between Moses Golola and Ronald Mugula kicked off at about 1:30am on International Women's day. Freedom City had over 4,000 fans who came to witness the fight. Ronald Mugula was able to go beyond the first round unlike Titus Tugume who only did seconds and the game was over.
In the first round, Golola's jabs were able to send Mugula down twice as he tried out his famous kick which was doing little at saving him. The light rain forced both Mugula and Golola down in the second round though by this time, most fans had already predicted Golola as the winner.
In round three, the lights went off. The fight was stopped briefly but on resuming, it was not easy for Mugula as he touched the canvass twice and the same continued to round four. During the break of round four, Golola Moses of Uganda was busy displaying his dancing skills.
Round five was not any easier for Mugula as he still went down trying to experiment with his kick which instead sent him to the canvass. This is what Golola said shortly after being declared the winner:
"I came to finish the mission and prove to the whole world that I'm the undisputed king of kick-boxing in Uganda." And for Mugula he said: ''If those are the results let them be."
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