New 300,000 yen will be provided to the self-restraining gym Japan Professional Boxing Association May 7 19:39

A group of professional boxing gym owners has decided to pay a uniform new subsidy of 300,000 yen to gyms throughout the country that have continued to refrain from operating due to the new coronavirus.

This was revealed at an online press conference by the executive director of the Japan Professional Boxing Association, Mr. Wataru Nitta, who is the owner of the gym.

According to this, in addition to the uniform 100,000 yen subsidy that the association began to provide to gyms nationwide last month, a new uniform uniform subsidy of 300,000 yen will be provided at the extraordinary board meeting held on the 7th. I decided to do it.

The association explained that due to the influence of the new coronavirus "because the period of self-restraint of Jim's business is prolonged" etc., Jim was refraining from operating for a certain period of time after receiving an emergency declaration etc. is.

In addition, the association has already decided to pay a maximum of 150,000 yen as a cancellation fee for the venue to the organizer who canceled the game after March, but it is planned to be newly added from March to last month. In addition to the printing costs such as the posters of the games that were used, we decided to pay a maximum of 300,000 yen together with the cancellation fee.

Mr. Nitta said, "The finances of the association are in a difficult situation, but it is a once-in-a-century crisis that threatens the survival of the boxing world, so I want to contribute somehow."