Anthony Joshua vs. Kubrat Pulev took place at the SSE Arena in London in front of a small percentage of fans only three weeks ago. However, boxing has been suspended again due to the rapid spread of COVID-19 throughout the UK.
British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC) announced on Monday All events are off the table this month.
“The increase in Covid-19 cases in the United Kingdom and the impact of such an increase on the work of NHS and board medical officers will prevent tournaments under the jurisdiction of the British Boxing Board of Control. Has been decided. It will be deployed in January 2021. “
“Further reviews by the Board’s Medical Panel and Steward will take place in late January in connection with tournaments from February onwards.”
The most notable domestic boxing match scheduled was the January 30th battle between the welterweight outlook Josh Kelly and David Abanesian. This will be postponed at a later date.
England At the heart of new, more infectious strains Percentage of viruses that resulted in a sharp increase in active COVID-19 cases, including a recent daily high of over 57,000 last Saturday.
Nothing is said about how the new government regulation that Prime Minister Boris Johnson ordered another national blockade will affect other British martial arts in the future.
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All boxing events in the UK were suspended until January due to a surge in COVID-19 cases
https://www.bloodyelbow.com/2021/1/4/22213534/all-british-boxing-events-suspended-through-january-as-covid-19-cases-soar-united-kingdom-news All boxing events in the UK were suspended until January due to a surge in COVID-19 cases