As it happened way back in their first amateur meeting, it was as so Yesterday night when kick boxing genius Moses Golola knocked out sport struggling Abdul Kikenwa.
This fight was only known by a few till last week when Golola’s competence in words saw him baptizing his foe names like baby ndunya, overfed baby, big pig e.t.c that prompted for a quick fight live on Television, only to be interrupted by the TV presenter.
This was after Kikenwa said that the fight is his to win since he was going to face a comedian, not a kickboxer.
However, their battle was renewed yesterday, when the two met again in ring at Freedom City, Namasuba along Entebbe Road.
Moses Golola continued to rule among local based kick boxers as none has even ever managed to overcome him since he started doing it professional.
The fans enjoyed Golola’s series of punches, each landing safely on the sweaty Kikenwa head, forcing him to hide behind the referee to save a life, and this is where Golola was declared winner of the night.
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The two had earlier met many years back in an amateur boxing fight, and still the self-made celebrity, entertainer, champion kick boxer, actor, philanthropist, businessman and investor, Golola, won.
He now remains the Kickboxing Champion of East and Central Africa having emerged winner in a controversial match against Hungarian Andras Nagy on 9 December 2011.
Other kick boxing fights of the night
Ssegonza James fought with Herman Zziwa in the opener of the night, fighting in K1 style. Herman Zziwa won.
Lawrence Mukiibi took on Mohammad Lubwama still in K1 Style while Richard Damulira a.k.a Ring doctor knocked out Masereka.
UPDF’s Tumukunde alias AK47 was badly beaten with the elbow in round 1, reportedly cracking his skull for the referees to terminate the fight and declare a technical draw.
Walujjo a.k.a Jajja Walu later took on Police’s Odoch before Sharif Bukenya winning Shaqi Mubiru.
Uganda’s Umar Semata knocked out Kenya’s Emmanuel Shijja.