Zebra Ssenyange Jr faces Abas Sseguya as Golola, Semata renew acquaintances


On the reopening of a fully updated and furbished Hamz Stadium (War Memorial Stadium, Nakivubo), Middleweight pugilist Isaac Zebra Ssenyange Jr will face off with Abas Sseguya in a national title ten rounds fight.

Scheduled for first June 2024, there shall also be a renewal of acquaintances as Golola Moses of Uganda and Umar Semata meet.

On the same day, Zahara Nandawula and Flavia Babirye will lock horns.

While addressing the media, Isaac Zebra Ssenyange Jr eyes to extend his 100% winning run with a win against Sseguya.

“My focus is to win this National title/belt. Basing on the preparation, I’m ready and fans should expect an electric show from me.


A 4th know is possible in my 4th attempt but the target is to win in anyway.

After this fight, I’m looking up for foreign challenges to able me contest for an African title soon”. Ssenyange.

Since his move into professional ranks, Ssenyange has three fights, winning all by Kos.

The Bwaise based boxer who has just raised into the professional boxing ranks made his debut last year against Tarimo Alibaba at Lugogo Hockey grounds last year.

Meanwhile, Abas Sseguya has had five (5) professional fights. He has won four and lost one.

Abas Sseruyange’s only loss came against the solid Farahat Manirola at Lugogo.

“I’m prepared and ready for the fight and I believe to have had enough training to win the day.

I know of his threat and I have been following his previous fights, but I will treat him to a totally different show

I don’t want to know more how he has knocked down as, this is a title fight I must win”. Sseguya.

The day will open up as Zahara Nandawula face off with Flavia Babirye in the lightweight bout. This will be the first fight of the day.

The bloody kickboxing fight between Golola and Ssemata will be the main fight of the day.

This will be the third meeting between the two Kickboxing giants. Semata won the first meeting on points in 2018.


In their previous meeting which came in 2019, Golola needed just three rounds to out-punch Umar Semata in the K1 epic rematch played at Freedom City, Namasuba along Entebbe road.

About Hamz Stadium

Hamz Stadium, formerly known as War Memorial Stadium, Nakivubo was closed in 2016 and renovations started in 2017.

Under the private, public partnership deal, the stadium was handed over to city mogul and businessman Hamis Kigunddu for development.


Upon completion, the stadium capacity is a 35,000 capacity seater with modern dressing rooms.

The Stadium accommodates a basketball and Netball courts, modern gym, two boxing rings and a football artificial pitch.

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