The PBA League consists of PBA licensed boxers competing on PBA licensed events.
PBA licensed boxers are awarded points based on the outcome of each of their bouts:
Win = 3 Points
Draw = 1 Point
Loss = 0 Points
As the season progresses and licensed PBA promotions/events occur, boxers will amass points through actively boxing. At the end of the PBA Season**, the Top 5 boxers with the highest amount of points, irrespective of weight category, gender, boxing ability/level etc, will win the following amounts:
1st Place = £2000
2nd Place = £1000
3rd Place = £500
4th Place = £250
5th Place = £125
Points allocated to boxers hold the same weight regardless of ability, for example: 3 points won by an inexperienced White-Collar boxer matched evenly bares the same weight as the 3 points won by an experienced Semi-Pro boxer matched evenly.
This system gives all PBA boxers equal opportunity to win the league, regardless of ability level - the more bouts a boxer wins, the more 3 points the boxer shall be awarded throughout the season.
Boxers who are regularly competing throughout the year and winning will be the boxers who amass the most points and be placed in paying top 5 places.
The PBA are simply observing bout results and applying the relevant points as a reward system for boxers boxing on PBA licensed events. The PBA are in no way matchmaking, that is the sole duty and responsibility of the PBA licensed promotion.
To be included in the PBA League, boxers must compete on a PBA licensed promotions event.
(**This will change due to Coronavirus, most likely starting from the 1st licensed event to take place after Coronavirus)