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Boxing: Kidega, Sempewo to Face Off Tomorrow

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He advised his counterpart not to risk facing him tomorrow.

The two got locked in a war of words putting organisers on tension.

Amidst a huge applause from his fans, Sempewo advised Kidega to only touch the title today but forget about carrying it to Lira after the contest.

“I am a clean boxer. I have been a flag bearer in this weight and I won’t allow my colleague to disrespect his superiors,” put in Sempewo.

His opponent Kidega appeared last year when he knocked out James Onyango of Kenya in a six round fight.

Kidega who is also a coach player has an impressive record of 15 fights, 9 wins, 2 draws with 4 losses.

Semepewo has 9 fights.

He knocked out Tanzania’s Muanakula last year in the fourth round.

Tomorrow will guarantee who of the boxers sticks to his words when all roads lead to the dance flow Nateete to witness the new national champions.

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