"Ideally he'd have surgical intervention and have the fracture taken down and reset," Boitano added. "But Gary doesn't have that kind of time. Best thing for him is to rest it as much as possible for August and maybe alter his punch selection. Body and face shots are more forgiving and will cause less damage. Blows to the skull could make it worse. I think he's talented and smart enough to know how to make things uncomfortable for his opponent even if that right hand isn't fully healed."
"Hand injuries are common with boxers, but Gary's is a little less common," Boitano said.