"There will be no Ukraine": former world champion from Russia "burned up" after Usyk's words about the presidency
Former world heavyweight champion Denis Lebedev repeated Vladimir Zhirinovsky's ridiculous statement that there will be no Ukraine in the future. The Russian ex-boxer reacted in this way to Oleksandr Usyk's joking words that he had a desire to run for president.
In a commentary to Sport24, Lebedev, who was ashamed of himself for going to the ring in a paratrooper's uniform, although he had never been one, tried to humiliate Volodymyr Zelenskyy. In addition, the representative of the aggressor country repeated the Kremlin's propaganda narratives about Europeans who "rush to marry kittens and dogs".
"Vladimir Zhirinovsky said that there would be no Ukraine. So far, what he said has almost come true. Unfortunately, they already have a sad experience with Zelenskyy. If we compare, I think Usyk will be a better president. At least Usyk loves his country. Zelensky's actions show that he does not love Ukraine. Let them figure it out for themselves. If they are in a hurry to marry cats and dogs with the European Union, that's their choice. We do not want this! Most likely, Usyk's desire is just bravado," Lebedev said.
Earlier, he lashed out at "gay Europe" and said that more and more people are embracing "our lighter side" after the International Boxing Association (IBA), led by Russian Umar Kremlin, was expelled from the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, former Russian Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) champion Khabib Nurmagomedov spoke out about Oleksandr Usyk.