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USA Boxing Announces Plans for Single Day Shows

By USA Boxing | June 04, 2020, 3:19 p.m. (ET)

USA Boxing Executive Director Mike McAtee announced today USA Boxing’s plan to begin returning to single day club shows after July 31, depending on local and state guidelines.

Also beginning today, new sanctions, as well as date changes for previously postponed sanctions, may be submitted to their Local Boxing Committee (LBC) for approval for events after July 31.

USA Boxing announced all LBCs will be granted two free “test” sanctions that can begin July 10. These sanctions will be limited to no more than 10 bouts, no spectators, as well as other guidelines they must follow to help prepare for official sanctions taking place after the July 31 opening. Full guidelines will be posted online and sent to LBCs shortly. All LBCs must hold and complete at least one “test” sanction before holding an official club show.

LBCs must continue to follow local and state guidelines. States not “open” will not be able to host “test” sanctions or club shows until their local governments allow. States that open after the July 10 “test” sanction opening, must still complete at least one of the two free “test” sanctioned events prior to allowing club shows to resume.

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Schedule

June 4 – New sanctions, as well as date changes for previously postponed sanctions, may be submitted for approval for events after July 31

July 10 – “Test” sanctions may begin

July 31 – Single Day Shows may begin