National Kickboxing champion Titus Tugume has challenged professional Kick-boxer Moses Golola to go back and train hard before thinking of a fight with him.
National Kickboxing champion Titus Tugume has challenged professional kick-boxer Moses Golola to go back and train hard before thinking of a fight with him.
Tugume, who was in February this year promoted to the rank of Warrant Officer 1 in Uganda Peoples Defense Forces, told Uganda Radio Network in an interview that Golola should first go back and revive because he is still a long way to go. He declared that the earliest he can expect to fight Golola would be in 2013.
He said after beating Malik Kaliisa to retain his national title last month, he decided to train for three weeks under the instructions of the four Korean Tae-kwon-do experts at Luzira who were in Uganda to pass on skills to Ugandan athletes.
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The four Korean Taekwondo trainers Yeongmin, Jeon Hyejeong, Yujin Jung and Moon Myounggyun however abandoned coaching because of fear of the Ebola virus outbreak in some parts of Uganda.
Last week the Ministry of Health and the World Health Organization (WHO) confirmed that the deadly Ebola hemorrhagic fever had broken out and 18 people had so far died.
Speaking more about Golola, he said the ‘loud mouthed’ kick-boxer should go back and train harder because he is not that good yet. He however said Golola has chance to get better if he trains well under good instructors.
Golola, who has lost his two International matches to Hungarian opponents Andreas Nagy and Mate Mzamboki, has however recently attracted the eye of American promoters together with musician Ragga Dee.
When URN talked to Golola briefly on phone on Thursday, he said he will not speak much about Tugume’s comments but added that he will simply work hard for bigger fights.
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