Golola, Semata to face off in October

first_imgGolola Moses (left) and Umar Semata (right) pose for a photo at Mt Zion hotel on Tuesday (Photos by Shaban Lubega)Kick-boxingGolola Moses vs Umar SemataFreedom City, NamasubaSaturday, 13-10-2018The much anticipated kick-boxing fight between Golola ‘Of Uganda’ Moses and Umar Ssemata has finally been set.It will happen on Saturday the 13th of October 2018 at Freedom City in namasuba.This was confirmed on Tuesday morning at Mt Zion hotel at the pre-launch of the fight where both fighters promised to beat the hell out of one another.“If I myself fear Golola Moses then who is Umar Semata, asked Golola.“In fact am going to beat him and his dog.“Mugula (Ronald) told me beat that ‘dog’ to which am going to do.“He came to challenge me but am going to show him that I am the only roaring lion in the jungle, continued the self proclaimed best fighter in Uganda.“Now I am going to Kabale to train for that fight.“He trained for 10 years to beat Golola (me) but i will train for him in less than 90 days.Golola Moses knocked out Abu Kikenywa in his last fight at fat the same venue at the start of the year.In his career, Golola has 40 fights on his back with 24 wins, 4 losses and the rest are draws, and if he stand on his words, this will be the last fight as he plans to retire.The fight was launched on Tuesday morningUmar Semata who has spent most of his career in Thailand, also promised to silence Golola once and for all.“I don’t have much words, let him speak, but each word he put out is equivalent to a punch, said Semata.“I am going to silence him, he going to find a real man unlike the jokers he has faced in the past.Semata, a world champion weighs 75kg, and has been involved in 74 fights, 42 wins, 30 loss and two.They are going to engage in K1 style of five rounds, each comprising of 3 minutes with a minute designated for rest after each round.As it is the main fight, it will have other 15 under card fights on the day.Comments Tags: Golola MosesUmar Sematalast_img read more

FLT declining dollar wont stop Aussies from travelling

first_imgTourism identified for driving economical growth. There are no indications that the falling Australian dollar has or will affect the way people travel.Flight Centre managing director Graham Turner said in a recent interview that while some have forecast a lessening in travel expenditure, domestic and international travel remains strong for his business.“Previously, there seemed to have been no effect when the Australian dollar falls but we will see this time – it depends on how far the dollar falls and how quickly,” Mr Turner told Financial Review.Domestic travel currently accounts for approximately 30 percent of Flight Centre’s overall sales.Mr Turner identified tourism as a driving tool for growth within the Australian economy but added that the country’s lofty labour costs were a concern.Yet, the Flight Centre boss was hopeful that the softer Australian dollar may encourage more inbound international visitors from weaker western markets, such as Europe and the US.“Australians are going overseas but we need good strong strategies to bring people to Australia and get them to stay for a reasonable period,” Mr Turner said.Mr Turner also identified a lack of flexibility in wages as a major deterrent within the Australian travel and tourism industry and the need for a change in government at the next federal election.Source = ETB News: P.T.last_img read more