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more about geneva; color: #222222;”>However, according to Uganda Kick boxing Federation Secretary, Eddie Gombye, the fight might be canceled for good since both sides (Golola and Tugume) are yet to decide clearly who should organise the fight for them.
“We, as the federation, have not yet endorsed anyone to organise the fight since all sides are yet to agree, but I assure you if Monday comes without having two sides agreeing then we shall cancel the fight from this year’s calendar,” said Gombya.
Benon Kasene, Afro beat manager said, “why don’t you call the federation officials? They will give you a clear picture.”
However, he was quick to add that, “ok for us we are ready to organise the fight but we are waiting for official communication from the federation.”
Golola’s last fight was at Kyaddondo rugby grounds on April 20 where he defeated Hungarian Istvan Betyar by ten points in a five rounds bout.
Ever since then he has remained with a dream of having a fight but couldn’t get it and again he may fail to secure this fight.