You can say “thanks” to Putin that I will return to boxing – Gvozdyk


The former WBC world light heavyweight champion spoke about how the war affected his finances.

Due to the invasion of Kremlin troops, many Ukrainians began to experience financial problems, and athletes were no exception. Former WBC light heavyweight champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk said he had to return to the ring because of the war.

According to the athlete, the business he used to earn money from is gone.

“First of all, now I have no business. Since the war started, I have none. Now I feel better. I don’t have such a great need for money, but like any other person, I honestly say . . . Of course, if you’re not making money, you’re spending. And you’re probably going to run out. So you’ve got to figure something out. Meanwhile, there’s a lot of free time. The faster way to make money is to get back in the ring.

By the way, here you can say “thank you”, it seems to me, to a person hated by the whole of Ukraine. Thanks to him, I returned to boxing (laughs). Who am I talking about? President of the country that attacked us. It’s a joke, of course. If it wasn’t for him, I would have continued doing business,” Sport 24 quotes Gvozdika.

Recall that Alexander Gvozdyk previously spoke about when he will return to the ring.

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Source: korrespondent

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