Mixed style fighter (MMA) Oleksiy Oleinik spoke about the events that took place in Kharkiv, Ukraine in 2014. The athlete was banned from entering Ukraine.
“Already in 2014, it was noticed that the mood in the city and in Ukraine began to change. We held another Oplot tournament when any kind of rally started. All this was imported from Kiev.
Residents of Kharkiv did not want to participate in it. 95 percent of those who went on strike, marched and were burned were imported people, foreigners in our city.
The last time I was in Kharkov was eight years ago – somewhere from 2014 to 2016. I will return there one day. This is a very big city. The sickness in him will eventually end. It takes a year, five or eight years, nobody knows. I want it to end quickly,” fighter quotes “RB Sports”.
Yesterday, May 26, Alexei Oleinik lost to England’s Oli Thompson in his first fight since leaving the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC).
The fight took place as part of the REN TV Fight Club tournament in Moscow. Currently, the 45-year-old athlete has 60 victories with 17 losses and 1 draw at professional level.
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