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Mugula started with a good show in the first round before surging forward in the last minutes of the second round to prove his worth.
The Ugandan kickboxer’s performance ended Nagy’s years of invincibility in the country with the latter quitting on the stool after taking an unprecedented beating in all two rounds at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds, Kampala.
Nagy faded badly as Mugula kept blows raining on his head like hell before the Hungarian clearly revealed his desperation to end the fight in the second round.
Nagy was pushed to the canvas over three times in the two rounds, confirming fears the kickboxer’s credentials could be taking a steady nosedive.
The last straw that broke Nagy’s back was a killer punch that nearly tore off part of his forehead. Blood was gushing out at a terrific speed.
And staring down on a possible deadly knockout, Nagy coiled his tail, got up very slowly, wobbled back to his corner, making his point to the referee that he could hardly soldier on.
When the referee came by to look at him, his corner said the fighter, who had sustained serious injuries, could not continue but was looking forward to getting treatment at a medical facility.
The referee then went over and raised Mugula’s hand in victory.
Nagy was weary by the second round and it was no surprise that he lost.
Chimp Corps say this magnificent triumph has enabled Uganda to move a step forward in not only clinching a much deserved win but sending a signal to all concerned authorities that the country has the ability to rise and shine again in the kickboxing industry.
Mugula was on his feet punching the air in delight after rising superbly to the challenge, convinced he had ended years of hurt for Ugandans after Golola’s heartbreaking performance in previous years.