The British Boxing Board of Control (BBBofC), boxing events taking place behind closed doors will prohibit fans in attendance along with personnel aged 70 and older.
All participants will be required to submit to and pass a coronavirus test, as well as undergo a period in isolation prior to being cleared to fight once the sport resumes.
There are serous measures, but the boxing is getting back in the ring soon.
“It is important to recognise that when professional boxing promotions can resume, there may be restrictions in place,” read a BBBofC statement issued to all UK promoters on Thursday. “Depending upon Government decisions it is hopeful that professional Boxing will commence in July 2020 and we will continue to use our best endeavors to do so and are working closely with our promoters.”
There will be a maximum of five bouts on any show and coronavirus testing for all boxers, who will also have to undergo a period in quarantine.
There have been no professional boxing shows in the UK since March 14, reminds boxingscene.com.