About the competition

Competition rules

The HELL Boxing Kings is a completely unique, innovative, and exciting series of competitions, which will be held in 10 countries, looking for champions in 4 weight classes.

Entries will be accepted exclusively via the online entry form on hellboxingkings.com from 1 February 2024 to 15 March 2024. From mid-March, casting events will take place in each of the 10 participating countries, so the casting series will conclude in mid-May 2024.

The next stage for the selected competitors will be the 5-day tournament in Hungary in June 2024, which will be held under amateur boxing rules, where up to 3 successful matches will qualify for the quarter-finals for each weight category. The quarter-finals and semifinals will take place in Hungary in November and December 2024, respectively, with 4 x 3 minute rounds, according to professional boxing rules. One quarter-final and one semi-final match will determine the pairs that reach the final.

The final stage of the competition will be the final gala, which will take place on 22 December 2024 at the DVTK Arena in Miskolc. The finals will also be held according to the rules of professional boxing, but with a 6 x 3 minute time limit.

The organizers have taken into account the Olympic programme, so that the HELL Boxing Kings will not clash with the Olympic qualification tournaments or the Paris Olympics.


The professional objectives of the competition are:

  • To promote boxing, amateur boxing and amateur boxers

  • A chance for competitors who have not had the opportunity to showcase their talents

  • An outstanding opportunity for competitors in non-Olympic weight classes

  • Competition is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for many to show their talent, humility, and diligence

  • An opportunity to build a long-term career in sport and a chance to start a new career

The countries participating in the competition:

Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Azerbaijan

You can enter the competition in the following weight categories

Men's amateur weight categories (qualifying matches): 60 kg, 67 kg, 75 kg, +91 kg

Men's professional weight categories (from quarter-finals): lightweight: 61.2 kg; welterweight: 67.2 kg; heavy middleweight: 76.2 kg; heavyweight: +90.9 kg