Athletes competing in the sport of boxing in a USBL event are competing in major and minor league play, just as athletes playing for the NFL, NBA, MLB, and other major league sports teams.
Semi-pro competition is amateur competition and will compete in USBL scouting events as Minor League, semi-pro competition.
Yes, competitors must be 16 years of age and above. Athletes ages 16 and 17 must have parental approval
It will be entirely up to the owner of Boxrec.com on whether to include USBL results on their website. USBL contests are official Major League professional and Minor League semi-pro (amateur) bouts and will be recorded on the USBL website. Boxers can legally include USBL contests as part of their ring record. USBL events are organizational events, they are not standard professional boxing shows.
Team competition will begin in the 2022 season. In 2021 USBL will begin governing our own boxing events. Events will consist of Professional and Semi-Pro (Amateur) competition. Events will be referred to as ‘Scouting Event’ and will serve as a means of recruiting talent and building team rosters.
Yes, USBL will crown individual athletes and award championship belts.
No, any athlete can compete in scouting events and become part of the roster for a major league team competition.
No, any athlete can compete in scouting events and become part of a roster for a major league team competition.
No, USBL is its own independent organization legally registered in the State of Colorado. The competition follows similar guidelines as other major league sports. USBL Team play will be a seasonal team competition with a championship event between two teams with the best season record. Scouting events held throughout the year are for the purpose of teams scouting talent to fill team rosters.