Aces Boxing Club Closed Temporarily Due to COVID-19

Female boxer Trista Sheehan, Boonton, wins in the first round by way of technical knock out. Joe Zabry, owner of Aces Boxing Club congratulates Trista. Aces Boxing Club was among the many participants at the event. File Photo

BOONTON — Aces Boxing Club is closed temporarily until November 2 due to COVID-19.

Head Coach Gym Owner Joe Zabry tested positive for the COVID19 virus the week of October 19.

Since then they have discovered three more of the members tested positive as well.

“It Is highly recommended that if you have been exposed to Coach Joe or our club during the last two weeks that you get tested. Aces Boxing Club has a responsibility to all of you to close our doors for a brief period to prevent any further outbreak, notify our members and parents, while taking advantage of this time to provide you with a safe, dean facility upon our reopening on Monday, November 2,” according to a post on their Facebook Page.

Masks will be mandatory and must be worn at all times and proper social distancing protocol will be satisfied. All sparring and contact will be suspended until there is a way to keep all of you safe doing so.

“We aim to be completely transparent with this COVID virus to keep all of you healthy. If you test positive, please notify Coach Joe Zabry immediately at (973) 224-9665.

Your name will not be disclosed for any reason but it is our obligation to track who has been exposed.

Aces Boxing Club is located on the third floor of 718 Main Street and offers 4,500 square feet of pure boxing and strength and conditioning.