"Only he can." Lomachenko said that "you won't change anything in the war in Ukraine".
Vasyl Lomachenko (17-2, 11 KOs) responded about the war in Ukraine at the press conference in Las Vegas for his fight with Ultimate Fighting Championship light heavyweight champion Devin Haynie (29-0, 15 KOs). The 35-year-old native of Belgorod-Dnistrovsky said it was pointless to do anything because it wouldn't change anything anyway.
"If you say or do anything, it won't change anything. I think only God can make a difference. So we just need to pray and ask him to stop this war," Lomachenko said.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, Lomachenko's T-shirt, in which he came to the press conference, caused a heated discussion among fans. On the chest of the Ukrainian had the inscription "PSLM 33".
Note that in an interview in the United States, Loma did not say which country he was going to fight for.
Earlier, Lomachenko did not call Russia the aggressor, and also said that it was difficult for him to explain the situation. In addition, the Ukrainian remembered how the war started for him, and later refused to condemn Putin and his decision to introduce troops into Ukraine.
Vasyl also expressed confidence that many Russians did not support the war, noting that he saw no point in addressing the Kremlin's chief, whom he called the commander-in-chief.
On February 24, the Ukrainian lightweight posted an image of a dove of two joined hands painted in the colors of the Ukrainian and Russian flags.
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