The first League match of women’s Boxing between Ukrainian U. Lions and a team from Poland, which was to be held on 19 December in Kyiv sports Palace, is cancelled.
According to the organizers, this is due to the introduction of martial law in Ukraine.
The first League match of women’s Boxing is cancelled
“It is with great regret to announce that tonight the League of women’s Boxing on 19 December is cancelled, and the team’s performance of the Ukrainian Lionesses are transferred. This is due to the introduction in Ukraine of martial law.
Our team of organizers apologized for the postponement of the event. We have made every effort to successfully negotiate with different countries, however, now the sports authorities advises them to refrain from trips to Ukraine.
Girl Lioness was ready to show an unforgettable show and please the fans with their performances.
We will continue to acquaint you with team members and keep informed of League events, dates and locations of the next matches.
We are grateful for the support and get ready for the performances more carefully,” – said in a statement the organizers.
Ukraine has founded the world’s first League of women’s Boxing
We will remind, in Ukraine founded the League of women’s Boxing. The first of its kind not only in Ukraine but also in the world.
In the framework of the League will be fighting between the Ukrainian team, which was called U. Lions, and athletes from other countries.
The composition of U.S. Lions went 9 renowned and experienced athletes of the National team of Ukraine: Anna Hunt, Tatyana Kob, Ivanna Krupenia, Snezana Kholodkova, Catherine Horn, Anna ohra, Anna Lysenko, Maria boruta, Tatiana Shevchenko.
Led a team of Ivanna Krupenia – multiple champion of Ukraine and international tournaments, finalist at the European Championships, master of sports in judo, MMA fighter.
As reported by the portal Znaia the Boxing Federation has responded to the accusations Denis Berinchyk.
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