WBC India Championship bout postponed considering COVID-19
Society Boxing Council (WBC) India Championship fight between the nation’s top women boxers — Chandni Mehra and Suman Kumari — which was to happen in Jalandhar on May 1 has been postponed.
a statement from the organizers on Friday said, “Considering the existing spike inside Covid-19 cases in the nation, LZ Promotions has taken the choice to postpone the upcoming World Boxing Council (WBC) India Championship battle to in the future.”
The fresh date the occasion, that was being promoted once the nation’s first Professional American boxing event sanctioned by Indian Boxing Council (IBC), will undoubtedly be established soon.
“Unfortunately, due to the developing range Covid-19 situations across Asia and instructions granted because of the Indian government, we now have chose to postpone the first-ever WBC India Championship event to a later date,” the declaration added.
“Whilst our company is really let down for all who’s got devote these types of effort to make the occasion promotion so effective, combined with federal government, WBC, IBC, our concern is hold everyone else included safe. On behalf of LZ Promotions additionally the WBC, we wish to desire everybody in Asia well and kindly stick to the federal government’s Covid-19 security directions,” said Parm Goraya, CEO, LZ Promotions.
The WBC is among the four top organisations, which sanction professional boxing bouts globally, and this would-have-been India’s maiden foray into hosting a name card for two feminine fighters.
Chandni and Suman tend to be India’s No. 1 fighters in lightweight and featherweight categories and were to challenge each other within bout, looking to get to be the first WBC India champ across both men’s and women’s categories.
Published at Fri, 30 Apr 2021 13:13:28 +0000