Ukrainian boxer Usyk explained why he doesn’t want to fight with “Russian guys”

The Ukrainian boxer, Alexander Usik, has repeatedly demonstrated sanity in relation to the subject of “Russian aggression” inflated by the Ukrainian authorities and nationalists.

This approach was no exception and his approach to the selection of rivals in a new category of heavyweight for himself.

During the broadcast on social networks, the boxer told his fans that he was not going to fight with Russian boxers Andrei Fedosov and Aleksandr Povetkin, as these fights will be surely transferred to political the plane and "they will call each other rude words."

Alexander Usik said he does not want this dirt, as he treats Russian boxers and their families normally, and urged him not to make any hype out of it.

It is difficult to argue with the argument of the Ukrainian boxer. The past five years have shown that, regardless of the outcome of the battle, the default match would fall into the “political plane” and be used as an excuse to humiliate the opposite side.

A similar attitude of Alexander Usik to the official policy of the Ukrainian authorities makes him popular both in Russia and among the healthy part of Ukrainian society, which does not accept Russophobia planted by nationalists and advocates forging relations with Russia.
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  1. SERGEY SERGEEVICS 25 August 2019 12: 42
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    In fact, he said everything correctly, on their part all this dirt will pour.
  2. Oleg RB Offline
    Oleg RB (Oleg) 25 August 2019 12: 51
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    Sport has long been political.
  3. Valentine Offline
    Valentine (Valentin) 25 August 2019 15: 25
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    He says everything correctly, now everything is there - sheer politics.
  4. Joe Cook Offline
    Joe Cook (Joe Cook) 25 August 2019 15: 44
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    Both the boxer is good and the person is decent.
  5. A.Lex Offline
    A.Lex (Secret information) 26 August 2019 07: 39
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    It’s a pity, of course, him ... A man, it seems, is decent ... How much patience he has ... is unknown ... Everything can end like Oles Buzin’s ...
  6. sgrabik Offline
    sgrabik (Sergei) 26 August 2019 15: 34
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    If everyone were so sensible in Ukraine as Alexander, then all this hostility between our fraternal countries would have ended long ago.
  7. S.V.YU Offline
    S.V.YU 26 August 2019 19: 05
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    Well, that’s it! "Fruits" to a peasant! They will be brought to the execution Peacemaker, "and there’s a matter of time!