Vasyl Lomachenko is unique.
The three-weight world champion has continuously stunned fans with his breath taking skill in the ring that has seen him dominate boxing.
Here is a man who fought for a world title in his second professional fight having built a big reputation in the amateur ranks that saw Olympic gold won in 2008 and 2012.
He brought his world-renowned skills to England for the first time as a professional last year when he defended his WBA and WBO lightweight titles against Luke Campbell, winning the the vacant WBC lightweight strap in the process.
And ahead of that fight, talkSPORT asked him about his creative training regime he explained is down to his father, the man also responsible for Lomachenko becoming arguably the top pound-for-pound fighter on the planet.
One of the workouts he is known for involves being underwater and he revealed he has remained submerged for more than four minutes.
“It was an idea of my father,” he said.
“He was my main coach and every time he gave me a different exercise and one of them is speedball tennis and it gives you good co-ordination, good reaction. And underwater, it’s training your mind. It’s training your sports athletic psychology.
“Four minutes and 30 seconds. It was my record!”
Lomachenko is next in action against IBF title holder, Teofimo Lopez, in Las Vegas.
It’s a shame nobody will be in attendance to see the blockbuster fight.
Lopez said it’s personal for him, but Lomachenko, 32, does not ever feel the need to engage in trash talking and instead does his talking in the ring.
Actions speak louder than words in his mind, but he did warn: “If I have the chance to cause him pain, I’m going to do it.”