Undisputed facts of deliberate meanness in the fight Usyk - Dubois are presented
Catman and trainer Russ Anber, who once worked with Oleksandr Usik, came to the studio of Sky Sports where he laid out the scandalous episode in the fight of the Ukrainian against Daniel Dubois. The Canadian specialist, based on his 44 years of experience, gave irrefutable evidence that the British super heavyweight deliberately hit the Crimean between his legs.
According to Anber, if it was accidental and Dubois believed the knockdown was legitimate, he would have celebrated it and immediately appealed to the ref for not starting the count.
"When I saw Daniel put his front knee forward, crouched like that and threw an uppercut - for me it was deliberate. It was a deliberate foul," Vringe translated the interview.
Anber once again focused on the fact that a boxer who gets knocked out behaves differently.
"You know when you land a left hook, boom, and you go back to the corner to celebrate. By that, I mean Dubois wasn't surprised that the ref saw it as a low blow. As soon as Luis Pabon saw it as a low blow, he retreated to the corner. He knew. He didn't resent that it was a knockdown. No, by retreating to the corner, he knew what kind of punch he was taking," summarized the Canadian catman.
As reported OBOZREVATEL, earlier there was video evidence that Dubois purposely hit Usyk below the belt.
Recall that the fight Usyk - Dubois ended in the 9th round, when the Briton missed a heavy blow to the head.
Daniel missed a total of 88 punches to the body and head from the Ukrainian.