Motor mouthed kickboxer Moses Golola is a man on a mission. The veteran kickboxer has been off the chart for quite a while and is focused on becoming the main man during and after the Black Belt Muay Thai contest with Tanzanian champion Emmanuel Shija.
Golola arguably Uganda’s most celebrated sportsman had last year in May hinted that he was ready to hang up his gloves after his demolition of Thailand’s Watharporn Kamsuntorn.
Golola’s personal record to 26 fights, 20wins (15knock outs) and 6 losses.
“Am the best fighter there is in the region and beyond but for the past year I have not been in the headlines as before,” Golola told TheUgandan from Nairobi where he is camping ahead of the fight adding, “Ugandans love me and I want to remind them that I also love them so much by beating Shija in Kenya.”
The duo is contesting out for the inaugural Xtra Kombat Muay Thai Africa title set for October 15 at Kasarani Complex.