Ukrainian WBA, IBF and WBO heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) told
interview youtube channel Usyk17, which, in his opinion, is the similarity of the tactics that he uses in his fights with the one that Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Ukraine Valery Zaluzhny successfully uses on the battlefield with the Russian occupiers.
– Somehow our conversation turned to our Valery Fedorovich Zaluzhny. You said a strong phrase: “I, Vasya (Lomachenko) and Valery Fedorovich have very similar tactics.” Explain.
– Yes, when our guys just started to respond normally and beat the orcs, the tactics were very similar. Broke, shifted, punched, shifted. That is, you do not stay in the place where you attacked from, but move from the place of the attack, and you still attack. The opponent gets such a double flashback.
– Do the Armed Forces of Ukraine fight like that?
— Yes, the boys are doing their job very well. A lot of units, which are just incredibly doing their job. All the guys who defend the country are power, this is strength, and I know that those children who are experiencing what is happening now are so strong children will be, so strong will the nation that survived the war. These people will be heard in 10-15-20-30 years.
- Usyk returned to the house near Kyiv, where the Russian invaders visited – photo