UFC Fighter Maryna Moroz might be currently in the United States but her thoughts are back home in Ukraine. Moroz, who recently returned to action at UFC 272, in a recent interview, opened up about how her family is struggling in Ukraine.
“My sister and my mother take guns for protection, for not war, for protection, home protection, country, because Russian come and start like terrorist. Kill everybody, kill kids, and last news today I see 82 kids die, and I so cry. Every day I’m using pills because I’m nervous, cry, I cannot stop, I feel like almost my family dying and my country dying. It’s so scary,” Moroz said in an interview with FoxNews.
The Ukraine – Russia conflict has been the center of attention for a couple of weeks now with heartbreaking headlines coming out of Ukraine.
Last day, boxing champion Wladimir Klitschko had posted a video detailing the situation in Ukraine when Bellator Champion Yaroslav Amosov had a similar story to share where he detailed that Russians were shelling orphanages.
Russia began an invasion of Ukraine on 24 February 2022, in an escalation of the Russo-Ukrainian War that began in 2014. It is the largest conventional military attack in Europe since World War II.