kickboxer Moses Golola is much vaunted as one of the best in the game at the moment in the country. He, however has been quiet as he last took to the rings in 2019.
Then, Golola needed just three rounds to out-punch Umar Semata in the K1 one sided rematch at Freedom City, Namasuba.
However, Fans who have been yarning to see the Motormouthed kick boxer in the ring the wait is over.
He has announced that he will dare South Sudanese James Majok Dau on July 30th in the K1 style at Nyakourn Centre.
“Many used to call me a local champion but, since old is gold am going to explore the international scene, from South Sudan i will head to Ethiopia in september and in the first week on december i will return home with a fight in Kasese”. Golola said after training in his Lugoba based home.
Asked about the close to two years lull without action whether it will affect him, his response was unequivocal.
“I am not asleep, i train everyday coz i have a gym in my home, many say am old but old is gold. So majok should not joke with Golola Moses, i have put my lagage on the plain and i personally will reach south sudan by roadwork”.
Golola still harbours dreams of constructing an Olympic City with various sports displines.
“I almost called everyone to support me on building the golola talents academy but only haris international came to my rescue. I need over 50 acres of land to creat an olympic centre with various sports disciplines”.
Although president Yoweri Museveni had earlier promised to support Golola in construction of the Golola talents academy, Golola feels disappointed with those that work in statehouse.
“I nolonger want to talk about issues concerning president Museveni because every person in the statehouse i speak to they blacklist me, I might not be lucky to get anything from statehouse but am going back to the people that have supported me from scratch”.
Golola has warned his fellow kickboxers to keep the SOPS because he has stocked their punches and kicks in plenty.
“Abu kikenwa “baby Ndunya”, Ronald Mugula, Umaru Ssemata, Titus Tugume i wish to give everyone of you a second chance more so Kikenwa that i wish to offer a re-match first but stay safe from Covid-19 and follow SOPS”.
It should be remembered that Golola came to prominence in 2011 when he beat South Sudan’s Abdul Qadir Rahim.
He is mostly remembered for humiliating Titus Tugume in the shortest time ever recorded in Uganda. He also eased past Abu Kikenwa , Ronald Mugula, Umaru Semata in the re-martch among other wins.
Golola lost to Andras Nagy in 2011, Mate Zsamboki at Kyadondo in 2012 and in 2014 against US’ Richard Abraham at Speke Hotel in Munyonyo.