BOXING: Golola to battle Ouma in early May

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Moses Golola of Uganda will battle Kassim Ouma “the Dream” in a Middleweight fight organized by Step by Step promotion company.

The fight will take place at Aponye Mall, Kampala City in early May 2023 (Exact date yet to be confirmed).

The fight was officially launched at the Food Court Restaurant on Aponye City Mall on Tuesday, 24th January.

Golola to battle legendary Ouma

Golola promised his fans victory against the former IBF Junior world champion.

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“I am the number one in the country, Ouma is number four and so he cannot beat me. Ouma is going to face it rough against the country’s number one. My dream was to lock horns with the best in the country. I hail Ouma for raising the Ugandan flag but this time he will be facing Golola Moses. He organized a fight on the same day with me but it rained on his side but I assure you it’s not going to rain this time.” Stated Golola

Ouma also vowed to knockdown Golola before the 10 rounds that will have entire fight.

“I am going to discipline Golola, he is the best Kickboxer in the country but he is going to suffer against me.” Golola will not make ten rounds, if makes them, then that will be a victory on his side but I don’t it see happening.”Said Ouma

Ouma is due to travel back to Germany early next month and embark on preparations for the fight. He revealed that he is going to be training with Muzamir Kakande and John Odoch while in Germany before returning for the fight in April.

Undercard fights:

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The co-main fight will be between between Med Kabona Sebyala and Tanzanian Abdu Ubaya in the middleweight category.

Ronald Miiro and Olympian David Ssemujju will battle for the UPBC national title in the welterweight (10 rounds) category.

In the middle weight (8 rounds), Ken “De Mexico” Lukyamuzi will battle Shabani Jean Alafu from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

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Charles Mulindwa will face Geal Athumman from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in the super light-weight (8 rounds).

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