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Ukrainian boxing legend Vitaly Klitschko and football legend Vitaly Shevchenko shared their compatriot Alexander Uzzyk celebrating his victory in heavyweight boxing.
According to the International Boxing Federation (IBF), the World Boxing Association (WBA) and the World Boxing Association (WBO), Uziyek snatched three belts for the World Heavyweight Champion. Last Saturday evening, they were put together in front of 60,000 spectators gathered at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England.
Alexander Usic, 34, has scored 19 of his 19 wins and in his 13-game knockout career, Joshua suffered his second defeat with 24 wins.
On Twitter, the official account of the Russian sports channel Match TV released a video clip of the trio, Andrei Shevchenko said, “The fight is over and we won.” Vitaly Klitschko added, “We lived in anxiety, but not in vain, everything was fine.” With his strength amidst the great joy of the three myths.
In London, Uzbek would not exist without the support of famous comrades
Shevchenko and Klitschko cheered and recorded a champion video.
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– Competitive TV (@MatchTV) September 26, 2021
Usik was able to sit on the throne of the world heavyweight champion after moving from the light heavyweight division (90.71 kg), after becoming the full world champion and the first boxer in history to collect four major titles in light heavyweight. Won the title of the first edition of the “World Boxing Super” series. Series “or Muhammad Ali Light Heavyweight Cup.
According to the World Boxing Council (WBC) Vitaly Klitschko dominated the World Heavyweight Championship, and he won his last fight on September 8, 2012, successfully defending his title at the loss of his German challenger Mahmoud Shar Amirat (of Syrian descent). ), Known as the German tank by defeating him by technical knockout in a fight that united them at the “Olympic Games Campus” in Moscow.
50-year-old Vitaly Klitschko (200cm) had 45 wins in his career, 41 of them by knockout, with two defeats.
Andrei Shevchenko, 44, defended the colors of Dynamo Kiev, AC Milan and Chelsea during his outstanding career, and won the Golden Ball for Best Player in the World in 2004 while playing in the “Rosonary” shirt.
Andrei Shevchenko was a historic player who scored 48 goals in 111 matches for his country for the Ukraine national team (1995 and 2012), and later (2016-2021) oversaw his training.
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