Considering the present spike within the COVID-19 circumstances within the nation, LZ promotions has taken the choice to postpone the upcoming World Boxing Council (WBC) India Championship combat to a later date. The first-ever WBC India Championship combat, between the nation’s high ladies boxers Chandni Mehra and Suman Kumari, was initially scheduled to happen on May 1 on the Great Khali Academy in Jalandhar, Punjab as a part of the LZ Promotions India Unleashed-Fight Night- the nation’s first ever Professional USA boxing occasion, sanctioned by Indian Boxing Council (IBC). However, regardless of steady efforts, prevailing surge in circumstances in the course of the rampant second wave of COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown compelled organisers to postpone the occasion.
“Unfortunately, as a result of rising variety of Covid-19 circumstances throughout India and tips issued by the Indian Government, we have now determined to postpone the first-ever WBC India Championship occasion to a later date. Whilst we’re very disenchanted for everybody who has put in such onerous work to make the occasion promotion so profitable, together with the Government, WBC, IBC, our precedence is to maintain everybody concerned secure. On behalf of LZ Promotions and the WBC, we want to want everybody in India properly and please comply with the Government’s Covid-19 security tips,” stated Parm Goraya, CEO of LZ Promotions.
The WBC India Championship is the first title card, across men’s and women’s category, the country is set to host sanctioned by the WBC-one of the four major organisations which sanction professional boxing bouts globally. The IBC is the domestic Commission.
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