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SINER ZIZZA BAFANA, KING MICHEAL BOOST GOLOLA, KUSUMALI FIGHT

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BY JUMA ALI

Ugandan top musicians Zizza Bafana Bafana and King Michael have add ingredients in Golola vs Kusumali fight which will take place tomorrow at Makindye forest park.

In today’s weigh-in ceremony which was held at Makindye forest park, the two musicians disagree on whom to support.

King Michael, will support Golola Moses of Uganda while Singer Zizza Bafana Bafana will support Abbas Kizito aka Kusumali Ongom.

“We have been friends with Golola since our youth ,that’s why have come up to support him”, King Michael states.

While his rival musician Zizza states that ” I cannot be on the same side with my rival King Michael, so i will support Kusumali because if you construct you nails”.

In today’s weigh-in, Golola had 78 kg while Kusumali was 82 kg and they will engage in a 10 round fight.

Other bouts on the day include,

Former bombers, Nasser Bukenya vs Emmanuel Malaba, Charles Mulindwa vs Frank Ngobi and Abbas Seguya vs Alex Ssekitto .

UPBC was represented by Maureen Mulangira (Secretary), Simon Katongole (vice-president administration) and Abbey Mugyai (vice-president technical).

The fight which was named battle of the champions is organised by step by step promotion.

The CEO of step by step promotion, Eddy Gombya, argued to boxing fans to come in big numbers to support their boxers.

Gombya, went on to say that tomorrow’s action will be purely boxing.

“Am the hammer and you need a hammer to force the nail in, so Kusumali, your days are numbered and you will regret why called for this fight”, Golola states.

While his opponent Kusumali said that his words are few but tomorrow i will show the action.

According to Gombya, the main fight will not exceed mid night and likely to end at 11:30 pm.

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