Ukrainian heavyweight boxer Vladyslav Sirenko (19-0, 16 KO) told when he plans to hold his next fight.
"According to my readiness, I would like to fight at the end of November - beginning of December. Maybe mid or late December. In any case, I want to return to the ring this year. I believe that this is a necessary and feasible task. Because I have a very long downtime. Morally and emotionally, it was not easy to go through all this. We need to gain a good pace so that we can have a couple of fights next year."
Sirenko previously signed a multi-year contract with manager Keith Connolly. The manager is known for his work with the Ukrainian Serhii Derevyanchenko and organized a fight with Danny Jacobs.
Last year, Sirenko had four matches - the Ukrainian celebrated victories in all of them. In March, Sirenko defeated Pole Kamil Sokolovski by the decision of the judges, in June he knocked out Frenchman Neufel Ouatta, and in September he knocked out Russian Oleksandr Ustinov.
In December 2021, Sirenko defended the WBC Asia super heavyweight championship belt against fellow countryman Andrii Rudenko.