“Today, people are too lazy intellectually and believe everything they are told on TV,” said Alexander Usik (19-0, 13 KOs), the world heavyweight champion in the IBF, WBA and WBO, who is currently preparing for rematch with Anthony Joshua (24-2, 22 KOs).
The Ukrainian initially did not want to leave his native Ukraine and defended the country from the military occupation of the Russian Federation, but then, at the insistence of friends, decided that in gloves he would do more than with weapons in hand. In recent days, Usik has been in the Czech Republic, where he began training, but plans to change his location soon.
Mustache tries to turn off all information about the war to focus on a difficult rematch with Joshua.
“I realized a long time ago that television is a huge pile of shit that only deceives you. All this information and news is intended to give people a certain direction of thinking, and that is why television exists. So instead of watching TV, I call people from the army or the city where something is happening and ask for first-hand information. I haven’t watched TV for many years, I’m just looking for direct sources. People need to read books, develop their minds. Unfortunately, they have become too lazy and prefer to believe what the TV tells them. And television often manipulates them, “Usik said in an interview with Tipsport.