Klitschko remembered the conflict with “grandfather” in the Soviet army


www.vsyako.netVitaly Clickette: Stefan Wermuth / Reuters

Former heavyweight boxer and mayor of Kiev Vitali Klitschko remembered the service in the Soviet army, where he encountered a manifestation of bullying. He told this in an interview Mixsport.pro.

48-year-old Klitschko said that in the beginning of the service one of the “grandfathers” trying to make the future world champion to carry water. “The size it was two times smaller than me. I told him that I will perform only the orders of superiors. And not such as ordinary,” recalled Klitschko.

The fray warned the attendant, who separated the soldiers. “Night thought “grandparents” try to understand with the obstinate greenhorn, but the next day the tension was gone,” says Klitschko. In the morning, the whole structure of the building announced that the boxer — the champion of Ukraine.

Klitschko last exited the ring in the autumn of 2012 in Moscow. Then he was knocked out of the German Manuel Carra and defended the title of world champion of the world Boxing Council (WBC).

Video, photo All from Russia.


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