Moses Golola (Uganda) V Kamusuntorn Wathaporn (Thailand)
Golola: 25 Fights, 19 Wins (14 Knock outs), 6 losses
Kamusunstorn: 70 Fights, 52 Wins (25 Knock outs), 18 losses
@Kati-kati Restaurant, Lugogo
The word for years among those who know and have listened Moses Golola is that he doesn’t particularly care much the status and caliber of his opponents.
Golola goes into tomorrow (Saturday) fight against Thailand’s Kamusuntorn Wathaporn at Kati Kati restaurant, Lugogo confident and unruffled as always and never disappointed with his vocal artillery at the official weigh-in and media briefly at HTB Hotel.
“I kicked the zero to hero. I am not afraid of the white colour, I will beat him” Golola echoed.
Kamusuntorn Wathaporn, accompanied by his trainer, Win Panyaparichot who did not utter a word but was left amused by Golola’s unending comments.
“My fighter will put in a decent show on tomorrow” Panyaparichot remarked in his brief speech.
At the actual weigh-in time, Golola was half a kilogram heavier than the opponent, weighing 73 k.gs compared to 72.5 kg of Kamunstorn.
Fight promoter, Maureen Mulangira promised an action paked night of action dubbed ‘Dream Night’ for the fans.
“It should be a great night of kick boxing and boxing fights. Everything regards preparations has been finalized with maximum security and entertainment from performing musicians” Mulangira, proprietor of Inter Sport International Promotions added.
In the main under card kick boxing fight, Sharif Bukenya (68.5 kg) and Hamza Funzu.
In the boxing contests lined up, David Basajja Mivule (79.5 k.g) takes on Charles Kaka de (81 k.g), Mustafa Mongolia (68 k.g) will battle with Julius Hitman.
Richard Ndifuna (69 k.g) will play Mubarak Seguya and Sserunjogi (71 k.g) takes on Hotloaf Mugarula (70 k.g).
To every spectator, there will be a free Smart phone line and a free rock boom energy drink. Gates open by 6 p.m.