Malaysia’s Kai ‘expects hell of match’ from Majok
Malaysian kickboxer Chee Kai is bracing for a blockbuster fight with South Sudan’s opponent James Majok at the Africa-Asia WMO Thai International Championship Belt show in Juba.
“I am expecting a spectacular fight,” said Kai, after touching down at Juba International Airport on Friday morning.
Kai said he is honoured to be part of the Juba MMA Muay Thai (WMO) event, which he described as great for both Africa and Asia.
“I came all the way from Malaysia, and I hope to bring and present the beauty of WMO Thai to the world,” he said, adding, “It is a big game, and it is an Africa-Asia game.”
Puro Okelo, South Sudan’s Kickboxing Federation president, stated that hosting the WMO Thai is a blessing to the host country and is a great opportunity that some countries are waiting to have.
He described the event as the biggest ever that is happening between the two continents.
He urged the fans to turn up to support the country’s champion, James Majok, who has done it more than three times.
Okelo added that it is the game that no real fan would like to miss in their life.
The two will compete for the WMO International Championship Belt in Juba’s Nyakuron Cultural Centre.
The event will take place tomorrow (Saturday) at 2 p.m.
The two best kickboxing titans will demonstrate their strength, energy, power, and talents.
Majok and Kai will be battling in a 75-kilometer fight.