cialis 40mg sans-serif; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Sematta has already jetted in ahead of the continental challenge and was received by his manager Alice Namatovu at Entebbe airport.
The soft spoken kick boxer told ChimpSport that he has come to reclaim what belongs to Uganda.
“I’m here to teach this boy a lesson. I’m ready to punish him,” threatened the Ugandan Thailand based kick boxer.
Sematta has had four fights since his last contest in June 2013 where he managed to win two of the four contests.
Contrary to home based kick boxers who included; Ronald Mugula, Moses Golola and Titus Tugume, Semata has a lot of respect for other professionals.
Eddy Gombya, the kick boxing organising president, advised the kick boxer to acknowledge ground work training where he has to accept advice from local coaches.
He will be training from three gyms namely Centenary Park, Kampala Boxing Club and Social Centre.
Sematta will face Abdallah on the April 25, in the Muay Thai 69.5 kilogramme category.
He has an impressive record of 50 fights, 38 wins, 2 draws with 10 losses.
He is currently ranked in group A where he can challenge for top 10 world kick boxers.
His opponent, Abdallah defeated Ronald Mugula and is poised to add Ssematta to his list.