Gvozdyk: I don’t have a clause in my head about a mandatory rematch with Beterbiev

The Ukrainian does not discount the possibility of a fight with Arthur

Former world light heavyweight champion Alexander Gvozdyk shared his opinion about a possible fight with the WBC, WBO and IBF champion Arthur Beterbiev.

“From a psychological point of view, there is no point in my head that I should do this. If this happens, then why not? This guy has 3 belts and could potentially have 4.”

“This is a great opportunity. But it doesn’t bother me when I sleep or wake up. It’s just another fight.”

Let us remind you that in the fall of 2019, the Ukrainian Gvozdyk lost to the Russian Beterbiev in a unification fight for the IBF and WBC light heavyweight belts. After that, Alexander interrupted his career for more than three years, and upon returning to the ring in 2023, he won three victories in a row.

Gvozdyk’s next fight will be against American David Benavidez on June 15. The WBC interim light heavyweight title will be on the line.

The event will be hosted by Las Vegas, with a boxing evening scheduled at the Grand Garden Arena. The fight between Alexander and David will take place on the undercard of the confrontation between WBA champion Gervonta Davis and Frank Martin.

Benavidez fought his last fight in November 2023. David defeated Demetrius Andrade, who refused to continue the fight after the sixth round.

Source: Sportarena

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