BOXING was set for a golden year in 2020 - until the killer coronavirus pandemic.
But promoters have said the massive cards over the next few months - including Anthony Joshua vs Kubrat Pulev, Dillian Whye vs Alexander Povetkin and Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder 3 - will still be happening at later dated this year.
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Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn has conceded that boxing will not be back until June at the earliest, meaning his May fights including Whyte vs Povetkin and Derek Chisora vs Oleksandr Usyk have been pushed.
Hearn said: "I'm hoping that we can see boxing back in June and I believe, I'm confident we'll see it back in July".
Here is the full list of upcoming fights this year, which ones have been postponed and if they have been given rescheduled dates...
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March 14, MSG Theater, New York, USA – POSTPONED
March 17, MSG Theater, New York, USA – POSTPONED
March 20, York Hall, London, UK – POSTPONED
March 27, Palaolmpia, Verona, Italy – POSTPONED
March 28, O2 Arena, London, UK – POSTPONED
March 28, Videotron Center, Quebec City, Canada – POSTPONED
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April 4, Utilita Arena, Newcastle, UK – POSTPONED
April 11, O2 Arena, London, UK – POSTPONED
April 24, Doncaster Dome, Doncaster – POSTPONED
April 25, Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, USA – POSTPONED
May 2, SSE Hydro, Glasgow, Scotland – POSTPONED
May 2, Manchester Arena, Manchester, UK – POSTPONED
May 9, Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff, Wales – Sky Sports
May 9, Dort Event Center, Flint, Michigan, USA
May 23, O2 Arena, London, UK – Sky Sports Box Office
June 20, Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, UK – POSTPONED
July 18, MGM Grand, Las Vegas, US - POSTPONED