Here's your fight-size boxing update for March 24, 2020:

- All Premier Boxing Champions events scheduled for May will be postponed to adhere to the recommendations for fighting the COVID-19 pandemic made by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).

- The World Boxing Super Series is putting some boxing content, albeit in a virtual setting. The WBSS has created a heavyweight tournament where it pits eight notable heavyweights against each other in a single elimination tournament. Here are the matchups and below are the first two fights in the eWBSS tournament:

- According to Showbuzz Daily, ESPN's March 23 replay of the first fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury averaged 356,000 viewers and drew a 0.13 rating in the 18-49 demographic. In addition, the replay of the entire pay-per-view card of the Deontay Wilder vs. Tyson Fury rematch averaged 447,000 viewers and drew a 0.15 rating in the 18-49 demographic.

- WBC Australasian welterweight titleholder Steve Gago has signed a new long-term deal with Dragon Fire Boxing. Gago is coming off a sixth-round TKO win over Geisler AP back on March 6.

- Light heavyweight prospect Dylan Winter has signed with Dragon Fire Boxing.

- Julio Cesar Chavez looks back at his fight against Greg Haugen from 1993 in Mexico that drew roughly 130,000 people at Estadio Azteca.

- The New York State Boxing HOF Induction Ceremony, which was going to induct the likes of Jorge Ahumada, Alfredo Escalera, Dennis Milton and many more, has been postponed from April 19 to September 20 due to concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.

- SES Sport Events announced that the WBA Interim light heavyweight title fight between Dominic Boesel and Zac Dunn, scheduled for March 28 in Germany, has been canceled.

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