Gvozdyk Released From Hospital
Ukrainian boxer was tested a minor concussion after complained the pain in the back of his head
Ukrainian former WBC light heavyweight champion Oleksandr Gvozdyk was released from a Philadelphia hospital this morning (Oct. 21).
Gvozdyk underwent a battery of tests because he complained of pain in the back of his head. The boxer spent two nights at Temple University Hospital after a loss to Artur Beterbiev in a championship match on Oct. 18, Boxing Scene reported.
Citing Teddy Atlas, Gvozdyk’s trainer, the article reports that Gvozdyk suffered a minor concussion from hits to the back of the head.
“All is clear,” Atlas said. “No [brain] bleed or anything.”
Gvozdyk (17-1, 14 KOs) lost the WBC light heavyweight belt to IBF owner Artur Beterbiev after a series of punches and three knock-downs in the 10th round by technical-knockout.
According to Boxing Scene, Gvozdyk was winning on two of three scorecards when referee Gary Rosato stopped the fight.
|Source||The Boxing Scene|