Usyk's promoter commented on the boxer's outfit, in which he came to the fight with Fury

Oleksandr Usyk, promoter of the absolute world champion in heavyweight Oleksandr Usyk, commented on the suit in which the Ukrainian boxer came out to fight Tyson Fury.

"Cossack warriors - 17th century. Hetman, ataman, head of state, who himself was a warrior, a leader, had this. If you look at some of the historical drawings of Bohdan Khmelnitsky, a very important figure in the history of Ukraine, this outfit was inspired by those leaders. Usyk is the realization of the Cossack warrior. This culture is in his heart. It's not only in the clothes, but also in his thinking," - said the functionary.

Recall, Usyk beat Fury by split decision of judges at the evening of boxing in Riyadh.