With only Moses Golola tipped to be the God father of kick boxing in Uganda plus a few male fighters like Ronald Mugula, Umar Semata and others, female kick boxer Patricia Apolot is now a new chapter in Ugandan kick boxing arena following her title glory against Hungarian fighter Anita Nagy.
Patricia Apolot managed defend her title when she knocked-out Hungarian Anita Nagy at the Dunaujvaros Arena in Hungary to extend her record of the only female Uganda fighter to win an international bout.
Apolot outclassed Anita Nagy with strong punches that forced the Hungarian national champion to land on the canvas.
Her left hook punch on Nagy’s chin left the Hungarian with a cut and the opponent couldn’t continue with the fight.
The excited Apolot promised to set up more new records after retaining the World Kickboxing Federation-International title.
“I’m eager to set up more records for the sport, I was ready to retain the belt and with God’s grace, it came true,” she remarked after the fight.
Apolot had left the country last Thursday a day she had promised to retain back her belt that she won way back on June 27 this year after knocking out Serbian Ivana Mirkov in the same arena.
The team that involved Patrick Luwooya is expected to return this Friday.