Wednesday, May 27, 2020

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By Sulayman Bah Kololi Molloh top gun Action is touted to square Hoyantan when Kololi Mbollohthe new season begins. The two have been the subject of inevitable pairing after both came out victorious in their respective tough combats, the previous campaign. Action shattered Ernes Jatta’s record unbeaten run and left the veteran wrestler head bowed last season as he launched a successful comeback to the arena following his shock defeat to Tass-sa-yaram in 2013. Honyantan defied the odds to wow in-demand Tass-sa-yaram in a bout that left pundits gob-smacked at the Independence Stadium organised by M and B Promotion last term. On account of their fine displays, the pair found themselves the talking point and a fight could be on the cards when the season resumes. Jinneh Morri versus Big Tree is another potential combat being mulled by promoters. Interestingly, both have not written off the prospect of meeting up in the arena this year. Reports reaching our sport desk, elsewhere in the arena, confirm that veteran Boy Bambabara will come out of retirement and take to the arena come November.]]>

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