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Avtandil Khurtsidze wants to give boxing a second go-around.

The embattled Georgian middleweight boxer—who was arrested five years ago as part of a federal sting for his alleged role in a Russian crime syndicate, and eventually sentenced to 10 years in prison on racketeering and conspiracy charges—recently announced on social media that he is returning to the United States to try to reignite his boxing career.

“Hello everyone my fans I have a little news,” Khurtsidze wrote in a Facebook post. “I am coming out to Louisiana on Monday the 17th, of course I am free, I can stay in America legally and continue my professional boxing, of course I am looking forward to the time to visit my son and hug him, the immigration officer told me on the 20th of April that I’m going to Brooklyn to New York for free, of course I’m happy, I have a relationship with my coach [Brooklyn-based] Gary Stark, Gym and sparring partners are waiting for me, thank God and thank you all.”

Khurtsidze was released from prison last year after his lawyers successfully argued for a lesser sentence. Khurtsidze was incarcerated for over four years, beginning from his arrest in 2017.

Up until that point, Khurtsidze (33-2, 22 KOs) was on the verge of making some noise on the boxing scene. The self-declared Mini Mike Tyson  announced himself seemingly out of nowhere in 2016, when he bludgeoned then highly regarded prospect Antoine Douglas on a ShoBox main event. The following year he followed up with a fifth-round stoppage over Tommy Langford in Leicester, England, to earn a shot at the WBO middleweight title held then by Billy Joe Saunders. Both fighters signed on to face each other in London on July 8, 2017. The fight never happened.

A month out before their scheduled showdown, Khurtsidze was apprehended by U.S. federal agents upon his arrival at JFK airport from his native Georgia for his involvement with the Shulaya Enterprise, a Russian organized crime outfit.

Sean Nam is the author of the forthcoming book Murder on Federal Street: Tyrone Everett, the Black Mafia, and the Last Golden Age of Philadelphia Boxing.