Vladislav Sirenko has a new manager. And he’s really cool


The promising Ukrainian heavyweight Vladislav Sirenko (19-0, 16 KOs) has good news – he agreed to cooperate with top American manager Keith Connolly. The reviewer reports
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Connolly told an insider that Sirenko will continue his career in the US and has already moved to Brooklyn (New York). We are talking about long-term cooperation.

Sirenko is not the first client from Ukraine for Connolly. The manager successfully cooperates with multiple middleweight contender Sergey Derevyanchenko. Keith’s top clients include Daniel Jacobs, Marcus Brown and Adam Kownacki.

Connolly’s solid advantage is the fact that he works successfully with all the top boxing promoters.

Sirenko previously collaborated with B1 Boxing Promotions. Presumably, the parties agreed to terminate the contract prematurely.

The Ukrainian has not entered the ring for 10 months. In the last match held, he beat compatriot Andrei Rudenko – for the loser, this was the debut early defeat in his career.

Earlier, Sirenko sold gloves on cars for the military. He also sold the championship belt and gave away the money. Don’t miss the interview with Vlad: “What is happening now is the genocide of my people.”