Iranian boxer Sadaf Khadem in motion towards French boxer Anne Chauvin throughout an professional boxing bout in Royan, France, April 13, 2019. REUTERS\/Stephane Mahe PARIS (Reuters) - Sadaf Khadem, who on Saturday changed into the primary Iranian lady to contest an professional boxing bout, has canceled her go back to Tehran after an arrest warrant used to be issued for her there, her consultant stated on Wednesday. An arrest warrant used to be additionally issued towards Mahyar Monshipour, the Iranian-born former boxing global champion who arrange the bout in western France and used to be making plans to go back and forth again to Iran with Khadem this week, the consultant, Clara Dallay, advised Reuters. Monshipour is a French citizen. On Saturday, Khadem beat native boxer Anne Chauvin in an novice bout. The 24-year-old, who used to be in Paris on Monday, used to be returning to Monshipour\u2019s house the town of Poitiers. Franco-Iranian family members are in a stressful section after feedback through France\u2019s ambassador to the US remaining week on Iran\u2019s nuclear program sparked an indignant response from Tehran. Iran\u2019s Boxing Federation stated on Monday that it arranged no bouts for ladies and would endure no accountability for person competition. Iranian girls will have to put on the Islamic hijab whilst competing within the nation and in another country, it added. The Federation used to be now not instantly to be had for touch upon Wednesday. France\u2019s overseas ministry may now not instantly remark at the case. A spokesman from Iran\u2019s embassy in Paris stated he had won a request to verify there used to be an arrest warrant out and to touch upon Khadem\u2019s and her trainer\u2019s determination now not to go back to Iran. He gave no different remark. Reporting through Julien Pretot; further reporting through John Irish in Paris and Bozorgmehr Sharafedin in London; modifying through John StonestreetOur Requirements:The Thomson Reuters Believe Ideas.