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After his victory, the world boxing champion took the yellow and blue flag and said that "Ukrainians are unbreakable." The audience in the United States responded with a standing ovation. Video

Maksym InshakovNews
Our compatriot gave a fiery speech

Ukrainian boxer Serhiy Bogachuk (24-1, 23 KOs) made a powerful speech after his victory over American Brian Mendoza (22-4, 16 KOs). The interim WBC welterweight champion asked the fans to support him and support Ukraine.

In response, all the spectators who gathered in Las Vegas at the T-Mobile Arena gave our compatriot a standing ovation.

"I want to say that this is a victory for my country, for Ukraine. We are going through hard times. With this victory, I want to motivate our people to win. I want to tell the Ukrainian fans to hold on, we will definitely win. Support me, and I will try to support and motivate you. Together we are strong. Ukrainians are unbreakable people," Bogachuk said.

As reported by OBOZ.UA, the fight between Bogachuk and Mendoza lasted 12 rounds and ended with the victory of our compatriot on points - 118:110, 117:111, 117:111.

After his victory, the world boxing champion took the yellow and blue flag and said that ''Ukrainians are unbreakable.'' The audience in the United States responded with a standing ovation. Video

It should be noted that in the main fight, WBO world champion in the first middleweight division Tim Tszyu (24-1, 17 KOs) from Australia sensationally lost to American Sebastian Fundore (21-1-1, 13 KOs). The 12-round fight, which also had the vacant WBC belt at stake, ended in a split decision: 116:112, 112:116, 113:115.

After his victory, the world boxing champion took the yellow and blue flag and said that ''Ukrainians are unbreakable.'' The audience in the United States responded with a standing ovation. Video

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