Oscar De La Hoya confirmed he was in hospital receiving remedy after testing optimistic for coronavirus.
The boxing legend was resulting from come out of retirement to face former UFC champion Vitor Belfort on September 11.
That bout will not be occurring, with TMZ first reporting that De La Hoya had contracted COVID.
The 48-year-old subsequently confirmed the information on social media and posted a video from his hospital mattress.
He wrote: “Needed you to listen to immediately from me that regardless of being totally vaccinated, I’ve contracted Covid and am not going to have the ability to combat subsequent weekend.
“Making ready for this comeback has been every thing to me over the past months, & I need to thank everybody for his or her large help.
“I’m presently within the hospital getting remedy and am assured I might be again within the ring earlier than the 12 months is up. God bless everybody and keep secure.”
There’s a contingency plan for the deliberate card from Triller on September 11.
TMZ report that Evander Holyfield might step in as De La Hoya’s alternative.
The occasion is also moved from Los Angeles to Florida if the California State Athletic Fee is unwilling to licence the 58-year-old former world heavyweight champion.