WBA interim and IBO light heavyweight champion Dominic Boesel (30-1) is looking to defend the titles in September in Magdeburg, Germany against Australian Zac Dunn 29-1.
This fight was scheduled for the end of March at the Getec Arena but had to be postponed due to the outbreak of Covid-19.
Where Boesel vs Dunn will go ahead is still an open question but it could be at the Getec Arena or outdoors at a soccer stadium.
SES will, according to local paper Volksstimme, do another show on the floating stage at the Elbau Park August 22. For the show this past weekend a crowd of 550 was allowed and all appears to have gone well.
Belgian ONLY O1NE Boxing Management is looking the first show in the country since the lock down in March with an event August 28 in Brussels in a studio with no audience. Headlining is cruiser "Big Joe", Joel Tambwe Djeko (17-2-1). Female super middleweights Femke Hermans (9-3) is also set to return in her first fight since losing to Elin Cederroos in a fight for the then vacant IBF title.
Swedish light heavyweight Oscar "Golden Boy" Ahlin (18-2) is also on the show. The show will go out live on PPV through Facebook. All is of course subject to change depending on how the situation with Covid-19 develops.
The Nordic Nightmare, Robert Helenius (29-3 and the Iceland's Gunnar Kolbeinn Kristinsson (11-0) are training and sparring in Mariehamn, Finland. As for future fights, nothing is scheduled as of yet but there is likely to be some news soon.
Lichtenstein's sole promoter Pit Gleim has shut down his PG Boxing due to the high costs and the no income situation caused by the coronavirus, reports BILD. PGB had invested in a new gym and hired former Team Sauerland coach Georg Bramowski and signed up Cuban super middleweight Osley Iglesias (3-0)
As announced by the WBA, the WBA Boxing Night will go ahead August 1 in Bilbao, Spain, with no crowd allowed. On the bill current WBA super lightweight champion Sandor Martin, 36-2 and # 9 WBA, will take an opponent to be announced in a scheduled eight-rounder. Martin is tentatively set to fight Danish challenger Enock Poulsen but no date have been announced.
Former WBO cruiser king Marco Huck (41-5-1) is expected to return to action August in Brunnlage. Exact date is to be announced and the opponent is rumored to be Dennis Lewandowski (13-4).
In his days as a prospect Dennis would come in at about 240-250 lbs. However, for his last fight - against Fabio Wardley in the UK in May of last year, he came in at a whopping 350 lbs and was stopped in three.