Eddie Hearn is forced to isolate himself after confirming he tested positive for the corona virus.
The 41-year-old is a safer bubble in left-matched sport than Joshua Pucci’s rivalry with Marco Gaelic.
Hearn tweeted: “I tested positive for Covit-19 today and should leave the bubble immediately.
“Fortunately all the other tests were negative. Going home to rest – catch up tomorrow.”
Putsy will face the Gaul team for the WBA International Light Heavyweight title on Sunday in Milton Keynes.
Hearn insisted that he was the only person testing the positivity in the vast camp building until the fight was to take place at the stadium MK’s marshal arena.
Hearr’s positive test comes as Scottish Premier League side Kilmarnock have announced that three more players have tested positive for Covid-19.
After the first three positive test results came out on Wednesday, Gilli had canceled training as he waited for the results of another round of tests.
The fate of Friday’s rugby park clash now speaks to the advice of health officials.
A statement from Scottish football officials said: “The Joint Response Team has been notified to Kilmarnock FC tonight and three players have tested positive for the Covit-19.
“This means a total of six players have now tested positive and will have to isolate themselves according to Scottish government guidelines.
“The SPFL is awaiting further information tomorrow (Friday) from Kilmarnock FC and the Test and Product team of Ayrshire and Aaron Health Board to determine the impact of the test results for tomorrow’s premiership match against Motherwell.
“The league system will comment further as soon as it receives that information.”