The 35-year-old former WBC world light heavyweight champion (up to 79.4 kg) Ukrainian Oleksandr Gvozdyk (17-1, 14 KOs) will resume his career and return to the ring on February 11 in Pomona (USA). His opponent will be the 39-year-old Argentine
Jorge Daniel Miranda (58-21, 22 KOs), reports
Luckypunch.net with reference to the words of Alexander himself.
Recall that Gvozdyk unexpectedly announced his retirement a few months after the early defeat in the unification duel from Artur Beterbiev, which took place in October 2019.
The Ukrainian won the WBC title in December 2018, having severely knocked out the Canadian Adonis Stevenson, and in March 2019 he made the only successful defense, stopping the Frenchman Dudu Ngumba in the 5th round.
Gvozdik firmly announced his return to the ring at the end of last year.