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Former world heavyweight champion Nikolai Valuev is one of 200,000 reservists called up by Russian leader Vladimir Putin to fight in the Ukraine war, European media reported Friday. Valuev, 49 years old, 2.13 meters tall and 146 kilos in weight, announced to the Russian media Izvestia that he will enlist in the army of his country to help in the war with the Ukraine. The former champion was one of the great heavyweight figures in the late 1990s and early 2000s, before becoming the WBA heavyweight champion. After leaving boxing, Valuev was elected a deputy in the Duma, the lower house of the Russian parliament, in 2011, and from there he has now decided to enlist in the front, the newspaper As reported.

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