“If the Ukraine has Wi-Fi then yes, I may do it. If they don't, then it will have to be on hold on until I get back to the United States,” he stated.
The former light-welterweight champion is a fan favourite all around the world including the United Kingdom. He is one of the few celebrities on Twitter that pays attention to everything his fans say.
He backed up his statement about tweeting in the Ukraine when he confirmed to his followers that he will definitely be tweeting if their is Wi-Fi is working.
The fight will be shown live in the United Kingdom and the United States on April 29th. It will be the first boxing show at the Donbass Arena.