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Boxing champ Oleksandr Usyk seen cheering on Ukraine during draw with Scotland
Boxing world champion Oleksandr Usyk was seen cheering on Ukraine during their draw with Scotland on Tuesday night.Usyk was pictured in the crowd at the Cracovia Stadium in Krakow before and during the match as his nation closed out their Nations League campaign with a goalless draw in Poland. The match had been moved from Ukraine due to the ongoing conflict with Russia back in Usyk's home nation following the invasion earlier this year.The heavyweight title holder could be seen signing the national anthem and holding his country's flag prior to kick-off before taking in the action from his seat.READ MORE: Tyson Fury says he wants to 'strangle the life' out of Oleksandr Usyk in savage videoTuesday night's result means that Ukraine finished second in their group, two points behind Scotland, who have been promoted to League A.Usyk is an avid football fan and even signed a short-term deal with second tier Ukrainian side FC Polissya at the start of this year, before making his professional debut for the club in February.He has since returned to the ring after defending his country from invading Russian troops in the aftermath of the invasion, winning his rematch with Anthony Joshua last month.Who should Oleksandr Usyk's next opponent be? Let us know in the comments section belowUsyk successfully defended his WBA, IBO, WBO and IBF belts with a split decision victory in Saudi Arabia to move to 20-0 as a professional.The Cat has since hinted at retirement, though, but plans to fight both Tyson Fury and Canelo Alvarez before hanging up his gloves."I can have three more fights at the very most," he explained, via The Sun.
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Thirsty football fans facing beer drought during World Cup amid strike fears
football fans could face a beer drought during the World Cup.Delivery workers are threatening to strike over a pay row in the UK.It could coincide with the tournament in Qatar – and hit supplies to pubs and venues from breweries including Heineken, Admiral Taverns and Shep-herd Neame.READ MORE: Desperate bloke paid cash into ex's Monzo with 's**g' and 'unblock me' as referencesAround 1,000 GXO draymen are being balloted for industrial action over a 5% pay offer.Union bosses branded it a “pay cut” which is “far below the 12.3 RPI rate of inflation”.Unite’s Joe Clarke added: “Any disruption to pub-goers and GXO’s clients will be entirely the fault of the company for refusing to offer a pay deal that reflects soaring prices.” The draymen are responsible for around 40% of the beer deliveries to UK boozers.Any walkouts at the 22 GXO sites are expected to take place over the World Cup and Christmas periods.The tournament will run from November 20 to December 18, with England kicking off their bid for glory against Iran on November 21.Unite general secretary Sharon Graham said: “Unite will support our GXO members every step of the way in their fight for a fair pay rise.”A GXO spokesman said: “We believe our proposal is very fair and follows an above-inflation annual pay raise last year.”Strikes have taken the nation by storm in recent weeks as transport companies, postal services and barristers stopped their regularly-scheduled work in protest against their rates of pay.Last week it was reported that upcoming rail strikes could bring the country 'to an effective standstill' this weekend with companies including GWR, LNER, Transpennine Express, Avanti, and others take action on October 1.Meanwhile Royal Mail workers today
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