Ugandan singers who would have made great boxers

Photo montage of Pallaso, Nwagi and Alien Skin.

SPORTS GIST Ugandan singers who would have made great boxers

Moses King 18:19 - 30.05.2023

Pulse Uganda Sports explores the potential of these singers as boxers and highlights their physical attributes and characteristics that could have made them successful in the ring.

Uganda has a rich history of producing talented boxers across various weight divisions, showcasing their skills and making their mark in the sport.

However, some notable Ugandan singers possess qualities that could have translated well into the world of boxing.

Pulse Uganda Sports explores the potential of these singers as boxers and highlights their physical attributes and characteristics that could have made them successful in the ring.


Pallaso shows off his muscles. Twitter/ Pallaso

Pallaso, also known as Pius Mayanja, exhibits the potential to be a formidable boxer.

Despite choosing a career in music like his brothers Chameleone and Weasel, Pallaso's fearless nature and willingness to face challenges head-on would have served him well inside the boxing ring.

Not only does he maintain excellent physical shape, but he has also showcased his athleticism through acrobatic performances, proving his agility and strength.

In addition, Pallaso's determination and drive to climb the ladder in the music industry would undoubtedly have translated into a successful boxing career.

Winnie Nwagi

Winnie Nwagi loves the gym life. Twiiter/ Nwagi

Winnie Nwagi, a talented singer from Swangz Avenue, possesses a love for fitness and a commitment to maintaining an incredible physique.

Her dedication to working out would have undoubtedly translated into rigorous training sessions in the gym as a boxer.

Nwagi's energetic performances and ability to captivate crowds demonstrate her natural showmanship and stage presence.

Additionally, her assertiveness in dealing with unruly fans highlights her physical prowess and ability to handle confrontations.

Nwagi would have undoubtedly been a force to be reckoned with in the boxing ring, possibly excelling in the heavyweight division.

Robert Kyagulanyi

Bobi flexing his muscles at his home. Facebook/ Bobi Wine

Known for his dual roles as a political figure and a singer, Robert Kyagulanyi, popularly known as Bobi Wine, has displayed a genuine interest in boxing.

Although his foray into the sport was short-lived, he maintains a close connection to the boxing community and continues to train with local boxing coaches.

Bobi Wine's passion for the sport and his dedication to fitness would have laid the foundation for a successful boxing career had he chosen to pursue it.

His commitment to physical conditioning and association with boxing professionals attest to his potential as a skilled pugilist.

Alien Skin

Alien Skin

Mulwana Patrick, also known as Alien Skin, exudes the bravado and toughness often associated with Ugandan boxers.

In the company of his bouncers, who supposedly provide security through their bare-knuckled prowess, Skin demonstrated composure and self-control in a recent video where Pallaso punched him.

These attributes are vital in the boxing ring, emphasizing his ability to handle high-pressure situations.

With his steely resolve and calm demeanour, Alien Skin possesses qualities that could have made him a respected boxer.

A Pass

A Pass at a work-out session. Facebook/iamapass

Alexander Bagonza, popularly known as A Pass, has undergone a significant transformation through his commitment to physical fitness and muscle building.

With a naturally slender frame, A Pass has shown dedication, discipline, and perseverance in his pursuit of a chiselled physique.

These qualities mirror those required in boxing, where hard work and determination are essential.

In addition, A Pass's energy and focus make him an ideal candidate for the sport.

With time, he could have developed into a formidable boxer, resembling the renowned fighters from Kawempe.