Usyk is going home to the Ukrainian Crimea – video


The absolute world champion in curzerweight (2018-2019), current IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) promised a certain curly-haired interlocutor, wrapped in the flag of Ukraine, to jointly drive a car into the de-occupied Crimea.

The titled fighter answered – no problem, we will drive to our native Simferopol, moreover, in a car “with a lot of wheels”, and we will gather a lot of people.

“And, most importantly, they will be the strongest and most loyal people,” Alexander emphasized.

After Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, he ceased to take, to put it mildly, an ambiguous position (rather, it was a lack of position), publicly hobnob with enemy agents with red balloons, and began to help the Defense Forces by volunteering and, most importantly, active public activities. Since he is extremely recognizable as a boxer, the last especially important.

In November, Usyk showed cars purchased for the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and a few days ago he hinted at the end of his career.