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Usyk Leaves Ukraine To Prepare For Joshua

Heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk has left his native land to arrange for his repetition with Anthony Joshua.

Usyk, 35, has been serving to to defend his country from the Russian invasion once recruitment in Ukraine’s military.

He beat Joshua in September to become the unified heavyweight champion and is ready to face the Briton once more in June.

Usyk can currently begin his coaching camp however, contrary to some reports, the BBC understands the camp isn’t in neighboring Polska.

Usyk Leaves Ukraine To Prepare For Joshua |nigeria news today headlines update today
Usyk Leaves Ukraine To Prepare For Joshua |nigeria news today headlines update today

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April had at first been mentioned as a possible date for the repetition, however Joshua’s look for a new trainer and prolonged talks with wbc champion Tyson Fury forced a delay.

After Joshua determined against stepping aside from the fight to face Fury, his promoter Eddie Hearn said could was a target.

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But Joshua’s bid to get the WBA (Super), IBF and WBO belts was pushed back further when Russian troops invaded ukraine at the end of February.

Usyk is one among many former and current Ukrainian boxers who have come to the defence of their homeland.

Three-weight world champion Vasiliy Lomachenko, 34, has also preoccupied arms while brothers Vitali and Wladimir Klitschko, each former world heavyweight champions, are in Kyiv.

Vitali, 50, has been mayor of town since 2014 whereas Wladimir, 45, joined the city’s military reserve last month

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