After being re-scheduled from last weekend to this Saturday, promoter Steve Wood of VIP Boxing has now been forced to scrap the rescheduled fight-night at Blackpool Tower due to illness and injury.
Bill topper Brian Rose was forced to pull out Thursday after going down with a bout of flu, Terry Flannigan is also unwell, while bantamweight prospect Kieran Farrell is injured.
Fans who purchased tickets will receive a full refund from the point of purchase.
Some of the fights scheduled to take place on the Blackpool bill will be added to the next VIP show at Bolton on March 14, and others placed elsewhere.
Promoter Steve Wood hopes to reschedule the Blackpool bill in the next couple of months and apologises to loyal fans and VIP boxers affected by the second postponement of the show.
He said: “I can only say sorry to fans that had made plans to be in Blackpool this weekend. If I went ahead with the promotion it would not be value for money.
"It has been jinxed from the off and now seven boxers from the original ten VIP Boxers are unable to fight, namely – Brian Rose, Jack Arnfield, Mike Stafford, Brett Flournoy, Kieran Farrell, Terry Flannigan and Lee Jennings.
"Brian was unwell on Wednesday and saw a doctor, but he felt worse when he woke up on Thursday morning and is in no condition to fight ten rounds leaving him little option but to pull out.
"The other lads pulled out earlier in the week, but I wanted to press on for Brian’s sake.
Further details of the fights being added to our Bolton bill will be released next week.