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Boxer Semata’s Promoter, Manager Feud Over Next Fight

order http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-get-site-v1-2-endpoint.php sans-serif; color: #222222;”>The boxer’s promoter and manager, information pills http://contesta.fusolab.net/absresp.php according to sources, find are clashing over who is supposed to handle the fight.


Ssemata’s manager, Alice Namatovu, has vowed not to leave “her kick boxer” at the hands of promoter Abbytex who she claims is only capable of organising concerts but not sports.


Abbytex too has vowed not to risk his had earned money in a fight that is characterised by controversies.


Abbytex has made his name in organising local promotions including Gagamel and Goodlyfe’s Battle of the Champions as well as a fight between boxers Tugume and Golola.


Namatovu, on the other hand, organised the fight between heavy weight boxer, Joseph Lubega, and Egypt’s Ania Atiah as well as the Mugula-Naggy fight.


She is also remembered for the controversial return of local boxer, Kassim Ouma, when she blocked journalists from covering the function on claims that UBC had the rights.


Meanwhile, Ugandan Netherlands based profession boxer, Farouk Daku, has been granted the opportunity by the Netherlands Professional Boxing
Commission to have a rematch with Gevorg Khatchimkan.


The duo will be contesting for the Netherlands National Middle Title.


Daku lost to Khatchimkan by a technical knockout in June 2011 in a fight that was stopped in the fourth round declaring the Dutch winner.


Daku is among the most highly rated Ugandan international boxers; he has an impressive record of 24 fights, 17 wins and 7 knock outs.

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