Despite the cancellation of the Canadian Grand Prix, the promoter Yvon Michel (Yvon Michel) still has the confidence to host his June 18th party at the Bell Center.
“We cannot compare the Grand Prix with our event. The two are different in several ways. For example, we only need to bring about 15 people to this country to participate in our event.”
As we all know, two World Boxing Council (WBC) World Championship battles must be held tonight. Oscar Rivas faces American Kobe Jennings for the vacant 224-pound super lightweight title. Then, in the women’s category, Marie-Ève Dicaire will face the Swede Patricia Berghult (Swede Patricia Berghult) when she wins the super middleweight title and will try again to become the champion.
Michelle said: “We have reached an agreement with the WBC so that the judges and referees can only be Canadians.” We must now resolve the situation in charge in the coming days. “
As for Jennings and Berghut, they have agreed to mandatory isolation when necessary.
“This is a clause in their contract, the promoter added. We are currently seeking to install them in a hotel in Montreal. In this place, we will build a place for them so that they can train as they wish. “
For the gala dinner on June 18, Michel did not hide it. He needs spectators to make money in his games.
He asked the Ministry of Public Health to be able to accommodate 3,000 to 4,000 spectators placed in the Bell Center due to social distancing. Canada has made the same request in recent weeks.
Michelle said: “We are ready to start selling tickets.” Our poster is ready. Next week will be the decisive factor for our event. We hope to reduce the number of COVID-19 cases in order to obtain our approval. “