The elite boxer spent time with English football’s elite on Sunday
Undisputed cruiserweight world champion Oleksandr Usyk attended the Manchester Derby, fresh off the back of his win over Tony Bellew at the weekend
The Ukrainian king supported the Citizens as they ran out 3-1 winners against their rivals and visited the victorious side in the dressing room.
Usyk was seen posing for pictures with many of the playing staff, including a cheeky Benjamin Mendy who attempted to start a fight with him before swiftly running away.
On Saturday, the 31-year-old faced a seemingly tough bout against Britain’s Bellew, however turned up at the match looking as if he barely had a scratch on his face.
Usyk ultimately knocked out his opponent in the eighth and will now seemingly look to move up to heavyweight and target Anthony Joshua.
City meanwhile face West Ham at home after the international break.
Take a look at Oleksandr Usyk meeting the Manchester City team in the video above.
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