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Wladimir Klitschko hilariously pulled out his best Borat impression when a fan asked if he purposely tried to sound like Sacha Baron Cohen's fan-favourite character.
The 44-year-old boxing legend was born in the city of Semey in Kazakhstan when the country was under the rule of the Soviet Union.
During a Q&A, one fan asked Klitschko if he 'tried to sound like Borat' or if it was "pure natural ability?"
The Ukrainian responded: "Gordon Stewart... Gordon, do you actually know that I was born in Kazakhstan?"
And Klitschko wasted no time to delight his fans by delivering a superb impression of Borat.
"It's a nice country -- I like," 'Dr Steelhammer' hilariously said.
Fans took to social media to praise the former heavyweight boxing star for his brilliant sense of humour towards the question.
Klitschko's impression of Borat was much better received than the time fans mocked Deontay Wilder over his terrible attempt of a British accent.
'Dr Steelhammer' boasted an incredible 64 wins in 69 professional fights as he once ruled over the heavyweight division alongside brother Vitali.
Klitschko retired in 2017 after suffering back-to-back defeats to Brit superstars Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua.
Borat, who was one of Cohen's three characters from Da Ali G Show, made a cameo in the cult classic Ali G Indahouse in 2002.
Cohen's memorable character later featured in 2006's Borat, which would become a blockbuster hit.
The 48-year-old English comedian and actor has secretly shot a sequel to Borat and footage from him filming the upcoming movie has been posted online.
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