Usyk fired at Russian occupiers from New York. Video fact
Ukrainian WBO, WBA and IBF heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs) was in New York, an urban-type settlement in the Toretsk city community of the Bakhmut district of the Donetsk region, when he fired on the Russian occupiers. A video with our undefeated boxer was posted on Youtube by the 24th Separate Mechanised Brigade.
In one of the videos, a fighter signs a 120mm mine and then sends it at the enemy.
In another clip, Usyk shows off with a Royal Infantry patch on his bulletproof vest and an assault rifle next to a stele with the name of the village.
At the end of his visit, Oleksandr wrote down his wishes for the 24th Separate Mechanised Brigade and all Ukrainian soldiers.
"I want to wish everyone from the 24th Brigade victory. I wish them all to return home with victory, happy and with smiles. I also want to wish them strength. Kings, strength to you!" - Sasha said.
It is worth noting that after this trip to Donbas, Usyk received a portion of hysterical screams from Russians.
Nikolai Valuev reposted a post by the propaganda outlet Storm News, which called Usyk a Fascist and a Banderite and threatened him with death.
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