After his loss to Anthony Joshua, Andy Ruiz said he had started his training camp for the rematch too late.
Anthony Joshua reclaimed his world heavyweight crown from Andy Ruiz with a unanimous points victory.
Mary Kom won her bout in a dominating fashion as Punjab Panthers notched up their second successive victory in the Big Bout Indian Boxing League by beating Bombay Bullets 5-2.
Neeraj Phogat tested positive for performance enhancing drug Ligandrol, which helps muscle building.
Neeraj had won a bronze medal at the prestigious Strandja Memorial Tournament in Bulgaria and a gold at a tournament in Russia this year.
Vijender Singh demolished Ghana's former Commonwealth champion Charles Adamu to claim his 12th successive win.
Vijender Singh will take on former Ghanaian Olympian and two-time Commonwealth super middleweight champion Charles Adamu in the Rotunda Rumble 2 at the Caesars Palace in Dubai on November 22.
Shiva Thapa beat Kazakhstan's national champion and Asian bronze-winner Sanatali Toltayev 5-0.
The IOC's Task Force included Mary Kom in a 10-strong athlete ambassadors group to represent boxers in the build-up to next year's Tokyo Olympic Games.
Shiva Thapa advanced to the final with a hard-fought triumph along with Pooja Rani and Ashish but four other Indians ended with bronze medals.
The new system, where judges' scoring is updated in real time on a screen, will be tested at the Ryogoku Kokugikan sumo stadium, where the Tokyo 2020 boxing competition will be held.
Shiva Thapa secured himself a medal at the Olympic Test event for boxing by winning his quarterfinal bout while six other Indians made the last-four stage without even stepping inside the ring in Tokyo.
Mary Kom said Abhinav Bindra "doesn't know anything about boxing" after he spoke about the ongoing Olympics qualification row between her and Nikhat Zareen.
Mary Kom (51kg) found herself embroiled in a controversy with Zareen demanding a trial bout against her before the Indian squad for next year's Olympic qualifiers is decided.
Nikhat Zareen had claimed that the federation was backing Mary Kom to compete in the Tokyo Olympics qualifiers next year without giving her a "fair chance".
Nikhat Zareen wrote to Kiren Rijiju on Thursday demanding a trial bout against Mary Kom before India's squad for the Olympic qualifiers in China is decided.
Nikhat Zareen, in her letter, stated that the Boxing Federation of India's rule of exempting gold and silver medallists from the World Cup was being changed to accommodate Mary Kom who won a bronze in the tournament.
BFI president Ajay Singh told reporters that Mary Kom, could possibly be their automatic choice for next year's Olympic qualifiers in Wuhan.