Usyk recorded an appeal to the head of the IOC about the Russians – video


The world boxing leader Alexander Usik (20-0, 13 KOs) wrote down an appeal to the President of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach, who is going to allow the participation of Russian and Belarusian athletes in international competitions and Games. He intends to “consider the admission” of those athletes of the allied countries in the genocidal war against Ukraine who “do not support the war.”

The legendary boxer reacted to this childish babble, which is not at all childish money.

“Mr. Bach, I want to turn to you.

I am a Ukrainian athlete, 2012 Olympic boxing champion and current world heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk.

You want to allow Russian athletes to compete in international competitions. The Russian army has invaded our country and is killing civilians, killing athletes, killing coaches, destroying sports fields and gyms. Those Russian athletes who will win awards at international competitions will be medals of blood, death and tears.

I want to wish you a peaceful sky, health and joy.”

Tendril Russians: “You are the Third Reich in all its manifestations”

On January 25, 2023, the IOC stated that it was in solidarity with the proposal of the Olympic Council of Asia to allow athletes from the Russian Federation and the accomplice of the occupying Belarus to participate in competitions where it would be possible to win a license for the Games in Paris.

The committee suggests that the athletes of the allied countries should compete “in a neutral status.”

Look at Usyk in Irpin: on his birthday, he gave another 8 million to restore housing destroyed by the Russians. Alexander will also build 10 houses for families in Moshchun.

And here is another legend of world boxing, and all about the same:

The fight for the status of the absolute world heavyweight champion (over 90.7 kg) between Briton Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) and Usyk is scheduled to take place in the second half of spring.