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Moses Golola during his previous fight at Freedom City. Courtesy Photo

Golola Set to Meet Semata in None Title Challenge Fight

Semata has won 44 of his 77 career fights losing 30 and drawing in just three encounters while Golola has won 36 of his 41 fights losing only four.
posted onOctober 12, 2018
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By Thomas Odongo

Renowned Ugandan kick-boxer Moses Golola will return to the ring on Saturday, October 13, 2018 to lock horns with his countrymate Umar Semata at Freedom City.

The Uganda Kick-boxing Federation (UKF) earlier on approved the fight with Golola looking to be favorite to claim honors at the end of it all.

The fight is a none-title challenge fight hence no trophy or belt will be awarded at the end of the show but instead the winner will have to only claim bragging.

Legend tells it that this is likely to be Golola's last domestic fight as he plans to shift focus to foreign challenges and personal academy work.

Dubbed the 'Fight Night', the meet is set to attract a lot of onlookers for there are many of curtain-raiser contests between various boxers from across the region.

Semata a.k.a ‘The Pain’ weighs 75kg while Golola is weighing 85kg but the 10kg difference cannot be used yet to predict the final verdict.

Semata has won 44 of his 77 career fights losing 30 and drawing in just three encounters while Golola has won 36 of his 41 fights losing only four.

Golola and Semata will fight for a possible five rounds with the game set to be played under the International Kick-boxing Federation (IKF) rules.

The last time Golola fought at Freedom City against Abu Kikenwa, he (Golola) emerged winner and now hopes to replicate those heroics.

The winner of this contest will bag 10million Uganda Shillings while runner up will be consoled with 4million Shillings.

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