Boxing is a competitive combat sport that requires a high degree of mental and physical stamina. Strength and endurance, even at an amateur level are required to overcome your opponent. Due to the physical nature of this sport, boxing can result in injuries that could mean you have to take time of work. Common injuries for fighters are lower back problems, neck injury, foot injury, head injury, black eyes, broken teeth, cuts, broken bones and even concussion, all of which could mean time off work and loss of wages. Boxing injury insurance is essential, as this can replace an amateur boxer’s lost wages, allowing them to concentrate on their recovery, and not worrying about how they’re going to make the rent or mortgage payments. Boxing club insurance is vital, as it ensures that the club, its premises and officers, are protected against all eventualities.