The 2004 U.S. Olympian was last in the ring on Nov. 12, when he defeated Abdias Castillo in a fifth-round technical knockout.
Of Martirosyan's six victories, three have come by technical knockouts, including the last two.
The three-month-plus layoff Martirosyan will have in between fights is the longest of his career. His last three fights have come a month apart.
HONORS CONTINUE FOR GOFFREDO
Crescenta Valley High graduate Jim Goffredo continues to write headlines at Harvard University.
On Monday, the junior guard was named the Ivy League's Player of the Week for the second time this season.
Goffredo averaged 25.5 points per game last week, which included a career-high 30 points against host Brown on Saturday.
In that contest, Goffredo went nine of 12 from the field, including eight of 10 from three-point range. The eight three pointers tied for fourth all-time in Ivy League history.
Goffredo, who is averaging 16.2 points a contest this year, hit seven three pointers in the first half.
At one stretch, he scored 15 consecutive points to help Harvard to a 45-23 halftime edge, as the Crimson went on to win, 75-58, to improve to 3-1 in league.
Harvard's only loss in league play came on Friday at Yale, 82-74. Goffredo -- who leads the league in scoring at 23.5 points a game -- scored 21 points in that contest and added three steals.FILE PHOTO(LA)Glendale resident Vanes Martirosyan will look to improve to 7-0 in his young career when he returns to the ring on Feb. 18 in Las Vegas.20060131immrjincFILE PHOTO(LA)Glendale resident Vanes Martirosyan will look to improve to 7-0 in his young career when he returns to the ring on Feb. 18 in Las Vegas.