Thursday, August 28 2014
Moses Golola of Uganda is set for the Friday fight that will take place at Speke Resort Munyonyo. However, the latest info coming in states that Abraham was supposed to be here days back, but with hours to the fight, Richard Abraham is yet to jet into the country.
While appearing on local TV, the fast speaking kick boxer said he does not want to thump him Tugume style, I will knock him down in the fourth round. "I want people to enjoy the fight, not to pay their money and within seconds, the fight is over."
Unlike other fights, this one is brought to you by Golola Promotions. Entrance fee is 10k and VIP 50K. Meanwhile, on the tickets, there is no date for the fight and It's not clear if the fight will take place if at all complaints by Richard Abraham's camp is anything to go by.
"Golola Promotions are being very unfair. Not only have they failed to provide per the stipulations of the contract, they have actually sent us falsified documents."
“We have spent several hundreds of dollars for the necessary shots, medication, and blood work that would allow us to travel. We feel this money is now wasted. Richard has trained very hard and we feel he has been cheated of his chance to fight for a WKF title."
This is happening at the time when the Busy Signal show that was to take place on 31.Aug.2014 has been cancelled. Promoter Suudiman, the very man behind the Busy Signal was also working hand in hand with Golola to bring in Richard Abraham.
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