Lubega Up Against Russian’s Finest Boxer


illness geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>The former Africa Heavyweight boxer has intimated to ChimpSport that he will return to action in June against Dmitry Sukhot Sky, a Russian opponent.

While training at the Hotel Africana, Lubega said he wants to be in shape so he can put the Russian in his rightful place.

The fight, slated for June 4, in Russia, will go for 10 rounds.

Lubega takes on the Russian who has an impressive record of 21 wins, 16 knockouts and only two losses.

Dmitry (32) ranks as one of the youngest and most talented heavyweight boxers Russia has.

Lubega lost the continental title last month after his opponent overpowered him, knocking him out in fourth round.

He currently has no manager but trains under Vincent Kato at Africana and Kampala Boxing Club.

He previously played his boxing in Las Vegas.

He returned home to lift the African Boxing title against Egyptian Ann Atya in Egypt.


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