“We shouldn’t have expected anything else from the supporters of the Russian world.”
Ukrainian wrestler Bohdan Gritsai, who previously sharply criticized Russia, complained on social networks that he was deprived of his home and sent to serve in the army.
On his page on Facebook Ukrainians complained that the closed Olympic named Ivan Poddubny College, where Gritsay lived and worked the last 12 years.
The athlete said that he was first evicted from the hostel, and then “illegally” fired. In addition, he received a summons from the military registration and enlistment office.
“It was not worth expecting anything else from the raiders and supporters of the Russian world. But the fight continues! ” – concluded the athlete.
In May 2020, Gritsay challenged another Ukrainian wrestler, Oleksandr Usik. According to him, he decided to challenge a compatriot to a duel to demonstrate the “patriotism of Ukrainian athletes” and show that for a “pro-Russian position” you can “get hit in the face.”
Gritsay is a freestyle wrestler, has the title of international master of sports of Ukraine.
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