After their first abortive duel, another opportunity presents itself to Siteu and Papa Sow to settle their dispute. It will be tomorrow Sunday at the National Arena. The two wrestlers will indeed explain themselves for a catch-up session in order to find a place with the Vip.
The two wrestlers have in common the particularity of having both fought their last fights in 2018, each with a poor performance recorded. If Siteu had bitten the dust against Gouye Gui, Papa Sow had been beaten by Ama Baldé.
Suddenly, “the defeat does not help either of the two wrestlers who stayed out of the arena for a long time. Everyone will want to get out of this bad patch,” says Ama Baldé.
Considered one of the “deans” of the Arena for having started his career in 1999, Papa Sow, who made his mark at Fass before joining Jambaars Wrestling Academy, totals 27 fights for 21 victories against 6 defeats.
Having an appreciable technical background, Papa Sow will be able to count on his capital experience, drawn from his 23-year career, against Siteu, who joined the arena in 2009, when his opponent of the day had finished completing ten years careers.
Siteu will try to further enhance his prize list by adding such a brave wrestler to his list. Having become an “Arena phenomenon”, Siteu is the most popular wrestler.
Like what, there will be a special atmosphere as usual tomorrow at the National Arena.
By Amadou MBODJI – [email protected]