Cool act. Heavyweight Sirenko sold the championship belt and gave away the money


Ukrainian heavyweight (over 90.7 kg) Vladislav Sirenko (19-0, 16 KOs) earned 70,000 hryvnias (more than $2,000) at a charity auction for the WBC Asia championship belt, which he won last fall in France. The money has already been transferred to the 18-year-old
Vyacheslav Yalov from the Donetsk region, whose family suffered terrible grief because of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by the ideological heirs of the Nazis.

Slava’s mother was killed on March 15 by fragments of a mine by Russian invaders who were shelling Verkhnetoretskoe during another assault and attempt to encircle the defense forces near Avdiivka. Now the settlement is temporarily occupied.

The winner of the auction is Rozetka company.

Friends of Ukraine. Khan and his wife raised money for the needs of refugees

Now Vyacheslav himself takes care of his four younger brothers and sisters, and dreams of buying a house so that they have a new home and can move on in life.

“Our most important achievements are yet to come. The most valuable belts will still be in our hands. And I will be glad if they are as useful as this one, ”-
wrote Sirenko wise words that it would be nice to hear other athletes, including celebrities.

Read Sirenko’s interview about the war and his future career: “What is happening now is the genocide of my people.”

The other day, Ukrainian ex-world champion Dzinziruk spoke about the beginning of a big war and boxing defense, Joshua supported the people of Ukraine, and his legendary compatriot Lewis wrote about Vitali Klitschko.

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