pharmacy http://dcdal.org/plugins/system/jat3/base-themes/default/page/handheld.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>“This ending year has been real doom for me but I hope to make a difference next year,” said Lubega, the WBC-I champion.
Lubega had only one fight against Egypt’s Abadallah in 2013 where he won the fight held at Kyaddondo rugby grounds to retain the WBC-I title.
Lubega was supposed to have a fight with the Algeria French-born Mohamed in November but it was cancelled when Lubega had already secured a flight ticket to France.
Early January 2014, Lubega stands a chance of facing one of the South Africans who holds the World Boxing Council International title.
Meanwhile, the Uganda Professional Boxing Commission has promised a good relationship with boxers in 2014 hoping to help more boxers get more fights.
“We have had a good relationship in the first year of our term. Hopefully, this will continue but we think of adding value to boxers by letting them have more professional continental and International title fights,” noted Moureen Mulangira, the women representative on the executive of UPBC.