The two will tussle it out in the welterweight category in Muay Thai style
Kickboxer Umar Semata alias ‘The Pain’ is set to take on Russian Opponent Eugyeny Kuravskoi in a highly billed non-title fight on 4th August in the French city of Nice.
Semata who has been training at the University of Pain gym will be looking for another victory on his return to the ring since knocking-out nemesis Ronald Mugula earlier this year.
“I was meant to fight Moses Golola before jetting off for France but he feared me, I have done my preparations well and in good shape to come back with a victory” Semata said.
The two will tussle it out in the welterweight category in Muay Thai style and according to Semata his main tactic will see him use of more kicks and elbows than punches after confessing he can’t go toe to toe with the Russian when it comes to boxing.
Semata who is currently second in the WFK Super Welterweight rankings behind Thailand's Bankla Pumphanmung will be in line to challenge for the top ranking before the end of this year if he beats Kuravskoi.