Safety is paramount at Fighting For Charity both during training and at our events. Sparring takes place within a team environment where all participants train together. All boxers will have sparred with their opponent before the night. Boxing is a full contact sport and injury can never be ruled out. This is why we ensure sparring classes meet high standards with protective equipment, including head guards, 16oz to 18oz gloves, two coaches and sparring in competition size boxing rings.
Our events now employ a medical team way beyond what is required for White Collar boxing shows. This consists of four paramedics, two ambulances, a GP and a specialised A&E doctor who can assist in the unlikely event of a trauma.
We require all of our boxers to take out individual insurance policies which we provide. In addition Fighting For Charity holds its own policy to cover all of our events.
Fighting For Charity carry out their own risk assessment of each event ensuring everything is done to maintain the health and safety of the boxers and the guests that attend the shows.
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