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FAZIL KAGGWA – 49 KG

  • Date Of Birth : 09/05/1995
  • Height : 163cm
  • Coach : Dick Katende
  • Club : East Coast BC
  • Residence : Naguru
  • Stance : Southpaw
  • Began boxing : 2007

A southpaw fighter with plenty of energy, Kaggwa is one of Africa’s most exciting boxing prospects. The 20-year-old won bronze at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, and made his AIBA Pro Boxing debut in 2015. Coached by Dick Katende in Naguru, he was named the captain of the Ugandan team for the All Africa Games.

Past Results

  • 2015 – All Africa Games (Brazzaville, CGO) participant – 49KG Lost to Peter Mungai Warui (KEN) 2:1 in the first preliminary round
  • 2015 – AFBC African Confederation Boxing Championships (Casablanca, MAR) 3rd place – 49KG Lost to Imad Ahyoun (MAR) 3:0 in the semi-final; Won against Marcus Edou Ngoua (GAB) 3:0 in the quarter-final
  • 2015 – AIBA Pro Boxing Cycle I Round 2 (Guiyang, CHN) – 49KG Won against Kornelis Kwangu Langu (INA) 3:0
  • 2015 – AIBA Pro Boxing Cycle I Round 1 (Guiyang, CHN) – 49KG Lost to Leandro Blanc (ARG) 3:0
  • 2015 – Nyerere International Tournament (Dar es Salaam, TAN) 1st place – 49KG Won against Hamadi Omari Furahisha (TAN) 3:0 in the final
  • 2015 – Ugandan National Championships 1st place – 49KG Won against Umar Mutebi (UGA) 3:0 in the final
  • 2014 – Commonwealth Games (Glasgow, SCO) 3rd place – 49KG Lost to Patrick Barnes (IRL) 3:0 in the semi-final; Won against Sulemanu Tetteh (GHA) 2:1 in the quarter-final; Won against Bwalya Lumbwe (ZAM) 3:0 in the first preliminary round
  • 2014 – Ugandan National Trials 3rd Leg (Lugogo, UGA) 1st place – 49KG Won against Joseph Kalema (UGA) 3:0 in the final
  • 2014 – Ugandan National Trials 2nd Leg (Entebbe, UGA) 1st place – 49KG Won against Bryan Lwanga (UGA) 3:0 in the final
  • 2014 – Ugandan National Open Championships 1st place – 49KG Won against Bashir Ali (UGA) 3:0 in the final
  • 2013 – East African Inter-Cities Club Championships (Mombasa, KEN) 1st place – 49KG Won against Genius Roger (TAN) by points in the final; Won against Brian Agina (KEN) by points in the semi-final
  • 2012 – AIBA Youth World Championships (Yerevan, ARM) participant – 49KG Lost to Lalitha Prasad Polipalli (IND) 20:6 in the first preliminary round
  • 2012 – Ugandan Youth National Championships 1st place – 49KG