Ugandan kick boxers, malady http://chienyenthinh.com/components/com_banners/banners.php Sharkey Mubiru and female fighter Patricia Apolot had a remarkable outing in Budapest, viagra http://cerlalc.org/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/markdown.php Hungary over the weekend at the World kickboxing championships.
The championships also acted as the qualifiers for the kick boxing world cup to be held in Andria Italy from November 14th to 19th.
Mubiru defeated Hungary’s Sandor Joo through a unanimous decision by the three judges.
The Kampala University kick boxing and Fight club Kampala member now boasts of 16 professional career fights with a whopping 15 wins and only a single loss.
The youngster has previously knocked down eight opponents. On top of winning the gold medal in the 2014 South Asia Martial arts festivals.
Sharkey Mubiru is also the current Ugandan Welterweight champion.
Apolot also leaved to her own bidding fighting down Slovakia’s Victoria Lipanska in the full contact category. That was her maiden fight after signing a lucrative one year sponsorship deal with Lafarge Hima cement.
The two had travelled with their Swedish coach Adam Eric Boumadi and another fighter Alex Masiko who failed to beat Csaba Gyorfy in the K1 category.