By Our Reporter
The muscular and humourous Ugandan kickboxing Champion has opened up about his intentions to lay down his body for retirement.
According to news outlets in the city, the kickboxer told his students at his academy called Golola Moses Talent Academy that he needs to have one final fight before he retires.
The self-proclaimed “Golola Moses of Uganda” hinted at a fight with South Sudanese heavyweight kickboxing machinery James Majok described by many Sudanese as the Lion of Sudan.
Golola wants to prove to the nation that he was not beaten in South Sudan, last year when he went for an exhibition. James Majok beat him up in Juba but he claimed he could not beat him because it was an exhibition so a rematch in Kampala would prove to Ugandans that he was not beaten. However, Majok thinks that even if a rematch is organized, he will still punch Golola to the pulp.
If his retirement comes after a loss, this will be a negative image for the East African Champion. For these reasons, Golola must win the match convincing.