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Oleksandr Usyk is set to face Anthony Joshua for a rematch. Last September, he taught the Briton a lesson and grabbed four world belts. It was Joshua’s second loss of career at the time. His first setback was suffered against Andy Ruiz in 2019. The Briton reacted well. He had taken his revenge a few months later against an opponent out of form. The coach of the Mexican had notably pointed out the lack of professionalism of his boxer since obtaining his world titles. Ruiz seemed more concerned with partying than boxing.

Oleksandr Usyk, he celebrated his title in a much more sober way. In an interview with the Daily Mail, the Ukrainian reflects on the moments after the biggest victory of his career: Andy Ruiz did it. I spent time with my kids. I sinned, I went for a walk. I relaxed… nothing really changed. I continue to thank the Lord for everything I have in my life. TO”

“I continue to comfort myself, to love life and to spend my time doing what I love. My son plays football. He plays in defense, sometimes he plays a little more and he dreams of becoming world champion. I am not harsh in criticizing him. I just wanna help her. TO”

The world champion knows Anthony Joshua is considering changes for the rematch. He does not learn anything from it. “Of course I saw the videos because we collect all the information,” he said. “But I’m not thinking about it because it’s Anthony’s business. Let him do what he wants. Thank goodness everything is settled in my team. Each member is in place so all is well. TO”

Ref: https://lasueur.com