Nationwide Lockdowns due to the COVID-19 pandemic has caused a stop in major sporting events in Kenya and further contributed by the government restrictions on public gatherings and social movements. Along the darkened streets of Kibera Slums, youths who entirely depended on boxing for their livelihood have come up with more creative ways to continue their spirit of boxing and survival despite the pandemic. This move has seen both elders and the youths coming together to pull up resources and strategically prepare for Local matches and events. This initiative is led by Coach Muhammad Hussein, an 18 years’ experience in boxing gathers the youths to train at a local gym in Kibera. In this way, it has ridden them of idleness, reduced crime and drug abuse, and prevented teenage pregnancies.