Golola. By Fred Kisekka
Fred Kisekka
Sports reporter @New Vision

Kickboxer Moses Golola ‘Of Uganda’ has vowed to avenge his defeat to South Sudanese James Majok in a highly billed non-title fight.

The two will face off on November 11, at Akamwesi Mall in Kyebando along Gayaza road in a five-round K1-style blockbuster.

Golola believes this is a payback time having lost to the same opponent during their debut clash at Nyakuron Cultural Centre in Juba last July.

“Majok must know this region has one champion and that is Golola Moses of Uganda. He fluked that win with the help of their home-based referee. I don’t think he will survive this time” Golola told Vision Sports.

“I aim to take revenge and give this son of Salva Kiir a lesson to remember. It is payback time. I want to prove to the world that I was robbed during our first clash. Majok has never defeated me. He only connived with the referee to overturn my victory.”

Golola, a three-time WKF World middleweight champion returns to the ring for the first time since Majo’s loss.

The motor-mouthed kickboxer will be vying to extend his ring record to 45 professional fights.

His current record stands on 38 victories and 6 losses out of his last 44 fights that include his famous double with longtime rivals Umar Semata and Titus Tugume.

Meanwhile, Majok has 32 fights winning 28 on the run with four defeats.

Their rematch will be graced by the Speaker of Parliament, Anita Among, Golola confirmed.

However, Golola said he still has some fights in him before he hangs up his gloves.

Golola believes the sport that he has almost sacrificed his life for will rely on him more so in times when it is recovering from previous administrative wrangles.


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