"It's all a lie": Usik spoke categorically about Russia
United heavyweight champion Alexander Usik called Russia's actions against the Ukrainian people terrorist. He added that the aggressor country constantly lies about where it launches missile strikes and kills civilians.
Usik said this in an interview with the Polish publication Super Express. He called the Russians sick people who think they are brave, but act extremely mean and low. The Ukrainian boxer stressed that any reports about the deaths of Ukrainians arouse incredible anger toward Russia.
"It's very hard when people die in your country. When they destroy our country, our buildings. Rockets hit hospitals. Or just into a house or a road. They say they're hitting military infrastructure, but it's all lies. We see what they do every day. After power plants, bridges, hospitals. It's just terrorism. When you hear about it every day on TV, there is anger and anger at people who do such horrible things. And they also shout that they are brave, that they are protecting someone. These are sick people in general, it seems to me that they are incurable," Usik said.
Earlier, Usik spoke frankly about what he did to Kremlin dictator Vladimir Putin. He also called the regime in Russia "stinking imperialism". And the former player of the Ukrainian national team Artem Fedetsky shared the details of Usik's trip to the front.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Alexander Usik said that the Russian occupants wanted to kill him, leaving stretch marks with grenades in his house in Vorzel.