web http://davescheapbikes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>While being weighed today at Premera hotel in Kampala, visit Osgood Kayuni had 61.3 kgs compared to his Ugandan opponent Solomon Bogere who weighed 63.5 kgs but according to the Malawian, Kilogrammes is not an issue, “action will be the key decider of the day”.
“I only came for the title, come what may, I am more than ready to fetch the ABU title because that is why I left Malawi,” Kayuni stated.
Contrary, Bogere is sure he will be the one to smash Kayuni and send him back to Malawi without the title.
“I assure all my fans that punching this man will remain my job and they should be present to give the testimony themselves,” said Bogere.
Kayuni climbed the ladder after surviving elimination by a Congolese boxer, Mbiya Kanku, who knocked out Kayuni’s replacement, Limbani Masamba, in the third round in Lusaka, Zambia.
The 26-year-old boxer has won 22 fights, lost thrice and drawn twice while his rival, Bogere has 11 wins including 10 knockouts and one loss, where he was knocked out in the third round by Valeriy Brazhnyk at Sport Palace in Kiev, Ukraine.
The 12 rounds ABU title fight is expected to begin at 10pm at Lugogo MTN Arena.
Other fights on the card will include: Kidega Dragon who will fight against Waibale Silver-Bullet, Ssebyal Med against Bernard Olough from Kenya who has not yet reported in the country.
Mubiru Martin will fight against Joseph Kin, Mudde Ntambi will take on Ssentongo Raymond as Kagoda Fred will be taking on Muvunyi Charles.