Ayub (Ayubu) Kalule was conceived on January 6, 1954, in the Buganda area of Uganda. He was destined to Juma Balinnya (a previous fighter) of Kibuye. Kalule began learning at Kibuli Primary School at which he began boxing early, while just in the fifth grade. Balinnya urged his youths to be a fighters, despite the fact that Kalule had never observed him box. Kalule started confining broadly 1971, through popular club Kampala City Bombers and through his secondary school Modern Senior Secondary School. Regarding length of world expert positioning, along with expertise and execution, Ayub Kalule has suffered as Uganda’s top fighter. Kalule will likewise, for long, stand apart as one of the most adored just as one of the most bantered of African title holders. Visit :- มวย
Of importance, Ayub Kalule, in 1972, battling as a light-welterweight, turned into the under-19 Africa champion. In 1973, Kalule in the semi-finals of the lightweight division, lost and agreed to bronze at the All-Africa Games held in Lagos. From that point, Ayub Kalule had as of late turned 20 when he spoke to Uganda in what was his first significant global test…the Commonwealth Games held in Christchurch, New Zealand held over the most recent fourteen days of January 1974. All through his vocation, Kalule was known for his novel right-handedness, in that he who might confront his adversaries as though he were a southpaw, or face them in what some boxing authors call a “square position.” This was likely a bit of leeway in his rising to getting best on the planet, to the extent that he proceeded as an able to use both hands fighter who might ceaselessly befuddle and blast his rivals with either hand. As a result of his solid, strong, solid body, Kalule a man of endurance was viewed as an iron man. His adversaries would tire from endeavoring to beat on him and his propelling weight of persevering arms and speed.
Ayub Kalule boxed as a lightweight at the Commonwealth games, and began in the starters by outpointing 20 year-old William Lyimo of Tanzania. After six years, by which time boxing proficient Kalule had become WBA Junior Middleweight Champion, Lyimo would battle for Tanzania at the Olympic Games held in Moscow. Lyimo at 27 years old would go past the second round, yet would in the quarter-finals be taken out in the third round by 20-year old Anthony Willis of Great Britain, and in this manner settle for fifth spot in the welterweight division.
At the quarter finals of the 1974 Commonwealth Games, Kalule out-punched and bloodily distorted the essence of 22-year old Irish “Sugar” Ray Heaney who was in the battle given two required checks as a result of weighty discipline from the quick and hard-punching Ayub Kalule. Heaney would later turn into an expert, yet would quick resign with an unexceptional boxing record. At the quarter finals, Kalule was set in opposition to 19 year-old New Zealander Robert Charles Colley. Colley would be outpointed (and settle for the bronze), permitting Kalule to proceed onward to the last stage. In the wake of being disposed of by Russian Valery Limasov in the first round at the Olympic Games of 1976 held in Montreal (Canada), Colley would turn proficient. Despite the fact that Colley’s expert record is great, it is unremarkable to the extent that his battles were bound to New Zealand and Australia, and Colley resigned very early…in 1980. At the finals of these Commonwealth Games, Kalule would outpoint Kayin Amah of Nigeria and thusly win the gold. Kayin Amah, who had in the fundamentals lost to unbelievable Philip Waruinge of Kenya in the past Commonwealth Games (1970), would this time be more joyful with bringing home a silver.
Maybe Ayub Kalule’s most lofty beginner experience, would be the World Amateur Boxing Championships that were held in Havana in Cuba in August 17-30 1974. Kalule featured for Uganda as a light-welterweight. Kalule’s first session was empowering, since he discarded Puerto Rican Amador Rosario by focuses. Next, Kalule correspondingly outpointed Marti Kalevi Marjamaa of Finland. Tall 5’11” Marjamaa did continuously speak to Finland at the impending Olympics, yet was dispensed with from the get-go in the fundamentals at both the Olympics in Montreal (1976) and Moscow (1980). At the quarter-finals of the World Championships, Ayub Kalule crushed Mark Harris of Guyana by focuses. Imprint Harris was booked to confine for Guyana the impending Olympics in Montreal, yet Guyana got one of the numerous nations that boycotted the Games. Harris from that point turned proficient, however his record was average, including being taken out during his endeavor at the Commonwealth (British) welterweight title. Harris was taken out by Colin Jones of the United Kingdom. Harris resigned from proficient boxing close to the furthest limit of 1982.
In the semi-last of the World Championships, Ayub Kalule was set in opposition to Ulrich Beyer of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). Kalule outmatched the German, and won by focuses. Eminently, in the past Olympics (Munich, 1972), Beyer was dispensed with by Sugar Ray Seales (possible and just public gold medalist, during these Olympics) of the USA, in the first round. Later in 1978, as experts, Ayub Kalule would beat Sugar Ray Seales in a 10-round choice. In any case, Ulrich Beyer would be killed by Sugar Ray Leonard of the USA in a critical battle of the 1976 Olympics held in Montreal in Canada. The finals of these World Amateur Boxing Championships saw Ayub Kalule rout Vladimir Kolev (silver medalist) of Bulgaria by an unmistakable 5-0. At the approaching Olympic Games in Montreal, Uganda was not spoken to yet Vladimir Kolev won a bronze award.
Ayub Kalule’s next significant excursion came at the African Boxing Championships that were held in a home area, in Kampala in Uganda in November 1974. Kalule, an ongoing Commonwealth Games’ and World Amateur Boxing Champion, was required to win. Kalule was not baffling, winning the gold in the last against Kenyan Philip Mathenge, in the light-welterweight division, on focuses. Prior, at the Commonwealth Games held in late January 1974, Mathenge had excellently won bronze in the light-welterweight division, tumbling to Anthony Martey of Ghana on focuses. Martey would proceed to be vanquished by amazing Obisia Nwakpa of Nigeria, in the finals, by focuses. Nwakpa is currently a Nigeria public boxing trainer.
Ayub Kalule moved to Denmark in 1975, under Morgas Parley Promotions. Kalule separated himself by winning against Delroy Parkes of England for the European Cup title in the light-welterweight division. Ayub Kalule, rose quickly on the planet positions, even disregarding his being situated in Denmark instead of being arranged the more title rewarding USA. Despite the fact that Kalule turned proficient in 1976, during 1977 he turned into the preeminent competitor for the WBA light-middleweight crown. Subside Heller in his book “Awful Intentions: The Mike Tyson Story” (1995: 142) composes that Ayub Kalule effectively top junior middleweight competitor for the WBA crown, was from 1977 to 1979 denied a shot at the title. Albeit a hero was needed to protect his title at