Ukrainian Chukhadzhyan addressed the American people: “Thank you very much”


Ukrainian underdog Karen Chukhadzhyan (21-1, 11 KOs), who on the night of January 7-8 in Washington (USA) will enter the ring to fight for the vacant title of the “interim” IBF world welterweight champion (up to 66.7 kg ) against the American favorite Jaron Ennis (29-0, 27 KOs), is determined not to serve the number, but to compete for a place in the sun.

Moreover, the resident of Kiev did what his compatriot with more than 2 million subscribers, the lion’s share of which is from the United States (but prefers to run into a conversation with law enforcement officers), should have done long ago and repeatedly: he thanked the American allies for helping Ukraine repel a full-scale invasion Russia, which decided to destroy his homeland and people.

“This is a great opportunity and I will do everything I can to bring this title to Ukraine,” said Karen.

“I am honored to represent my country in such a big show against such a tough opponent. I also want to thank the entire American people and government for all the help and support you are giving to Ukraine. Thank you very much!” the fighter said.

Choukhadzhyan ahead of Ennis fight: ‘I’m planning a big surprise’

Answering the question of what result he predicts, Chukhadzhyan repeated that he would do his best.

“Ennis is a tough boxer, but I’m ready for him. So I will do everything I can,” said the resident of Kiev.

As for Ennis, the American admitted that he wanted another opponent. Despite her reputation as a knockout, she does not know if she will be able to knock out Chukhadzhyan.