A Russian MMA champion said that the Russians in Ukraine "do what they have to do"

Alexander ChekanovSport
Mineev supports the war in Ukraine

Russian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Vladimir Mineev admitted to fighting as a scout in Ukraine. The AMC Fight Nights champion again recalled that his brother died in the war on the territory of another state, and that the Russian aggressors in our country "do what they have to do."

The Russian representative said this in a commentary to the propaganda news agency TASS. Mineyev, who decided to run for deputy of the so-called Donetsk People's Republic, said that his "heart has always ached" for Donbass. However, he forgot to mention that it was Russia that unleashed the war in this region of Ukraine and is now wiping entire cities off the face of the earth.



"I was following what was happening in the Donetsk People's Republic. At that time I was engaged in becoming myself, I have a family. But my heart was always hurting, I could not remain indifferent. I began my course of rapprochement with Donbass in 2018. When the special military operation began (this is how Russia infamously calls the war in Ukraine - ed.), unfortunately, a tragic event happened in my family - almost at the beginning I lost my brother. A year later I left to serve as a volunteer and am now serving in the Russian Armed Forces. I serve as a scout in a special forces unit. I do not consider myself a great man. We do what we have to do," Mineev said.


Earlier, the athlete was horrified by the elimination of the so-called war correspondent Vladlen Tatarsky (real name - Maxim Fomin) and told the Russians about the "war in our cities."

As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Russian MMA fighter Alexander Shlemenko admitted that he always considered Americans as enemies and refused to learn English as a matter of principle.

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