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Byline: Norman Katende
FIGHTERS take to the sweet science to achieve something but Ronald Serugo simply took to boxing in order to beat up someone.
"I had been doing tae kwondo and I thought it was the best defence I had. Once, a group of friends and I were waylaid by rowdy youth in Old Kampala who beat us up. Among the youth were some boxers and they were far stronger than we. I took up boxing for that reason," Serugo narrates.
That turnaround was not entirely surprising.
Serugo's father was a boxer and had always encouraged his son to take up the sport. He had refused - until that fateful day.
"I do not regret the decision I …