"I'll kill everyone there": Russian MMA champion trolled online after saying he's waiting to return to the war in Ukraine
Russian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Vladimir Mineev has admitted that he is looking forward to returning to the war in Ukraine. The AMC Fight Nights champion, who allegedly became a spy in the Russian army and suspended his sports career, immediately became a laughingstock online.
"Am I looking forward to resuming my career? To be honest, now I'm more looking forward to my return to the 'SVO' zone (as the war in Ukraine is shamefully called in Russia - Ed.) The guys who are there will understand me. I don't really care who I meet in the ring, who I fight, who I beat," Mineev told Sport-Express.
Readers of the Sports.ru portal reacted harshly to the fighter's words. They noted that the athlete enjoys committing crimes and also ridiculed him for the lack of any evidence of his participation in the war.
"I didn't think that a person likes killing and maiming more than just living in peace", "Don't wait, go to Shebekino, they are warehousing you there now", "I wish I could fight John Haymers or Bill Javelin as soon as possible", "Hold me seven, I'll kill everyone there in Ukraine. Staff Scout", "Do I understand correctly that he likes violence and killing, so he wants to go back?" - fans write.
It is worth noting that Mineev's brother Petro was killed in the war in Ukraine two weeks after the start of Russia's full-scale invasion of our country. The MMA fighter himself filed documents to run in the elections in the "DPR".
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Vladimir Mineev said that the Russian aggressors in Ukraine "are doing what they have to do" and told the Russians about the "war in our cities".