Ugandan kick-boxer Moses Golola has intensified trainings, ahead of his upcoming fight against American Richard Abraham, by including a morning routine.Golola doubled his training earlier last week to two times a day ahead of the Intercontinental title fight scheduled for August 29 at the Commonwealth Resort Munyonyo.In an interview with Daily Monitor just after a training session in the suburbs of Bwaise yesterday, the Uspa Kickboxer of the year said his routine now includes a run, some sprints, shadow boxing and kicks as well as a series of tough abdominal exercises.“Like I said before, I am the only kickboxing cock in Uganda and I don’t want to hear another cock crowing in my territory,” the self-styled ‘No Jocking Subject.’ said. “I am so prepared for the fight and this is going to be a war between America and Uganda. If that American doesn’t fall by the third round, he will have to go and eat his bull.”Abraham (45–36 w-17K.O.s–1 draw–2 losses) is more experienced than Golola (22 –18 w –11 K.O.s –1 draw –3 losses) but the Ugandan champion insists it will be his opportunity to shine again. The ‘one man army fighter’ will be returning to the ring for the first time since defeating Ronald Mugula in March to be declared the ‘Undisputed King of kickboxing in Uganda’His newly formed Golola Promotions Ltd has partnered with Suudiman to organise the fight that will be graced by Jamaican dancehall reggae artiste Glendale Goshia Gordon, better known by his stage name Busy Signal.
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Moses Golola vs. Richard AbrahamAugust 29, 2014 Commonwealth Resort, Munyonyo
SOURCE: Daily Monitor