Nev. Admin. Code § 467.785 - Recognition by Commission; registration and physical examination of amateur boxers; preparation of official list of competent judges; filing notice of contest or exhibition

Current through March 28, 2022

1. The Commission will recognize an amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat only if :
(a) For boxing, it is registered and sanctioned by USA Boxing, Inc., as an amateur boxing contest or exhibition.
(b) For all other forms of unarmed combat, it is registered and sanctioned by a sanctioning organization approved by the Commission for that purpose pursuant to subsection 8.
2. An amateur unarmed combatant may not take part in an amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat unless he or she is :
(a) For amateur boxing, registered with USA Boxing, Inc., or some other amateur organization recognized by the Commission.
(b) For all other amateur unarmed combatants, registered with the relevant sanctioning organization approved by the Commission pursuant to subsection 8.
3. An amateur unarmed combatant may be required to take an annual physical examination. Such a physical examination must include an evaluation of the amateur unarmed combatant's physical and mental fitness to engage in an amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat. In addition, the amateur unarmed combatant must be examined before and after each amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat by a physician who is certified by :
(a) For boxing, USA Bo xing, Inc.
(b) For all other forms of unarmed combat, the relevant sanctioning organization approved by the Commission pursuant to subsection 8.
4. The Local Boxing Committee of USA Boxing, Inc., for Nevada shall maintain a permanent record of all boxing cards showing registrations of amateur boxers by USA Boxing, Inc.
5. The Local Boxing Committee of USA Boxing, Inc., for Nevada shall, in conjunction with and subject to the approval of the Commission's representative, prepare an official list of competent boxing officials to serve as judges at amateur boxing contests or exhibitions.
6. The promoter of an amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat shall file a notice of the program of the amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat with the Commission at least 5 days before the date of the program. Approval of a date for a program of an amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat may be given by the Executive Director or the Executive Director's designee.
7. The Commission will recognize an amateur contest or exhibition of unarmed combat that is not amateur boxing only if the amateur contest or exhibition is promoted by the holder of a promoter's license .
8. The Commission may approve one or more sanctioning organizations for amateur mixed martial arts, amateur kickboxing and amateur Muay Thai , amateur Thai boxing or another variation of amateur kickboxing. A sanctioning organization approved by the Commission pursuant to this subsection shall report to the Commission the results of all contests or exhibitions sanctioned by the sanctioning organization.
9. A person under the age of 18 years may not participate in amateur mixed martial arts without the approval of the Commission.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 467.785
[Athletic Comm'n, §§ 157, 159-167, eff. 4-25-78]-(NAC A 12-13-82; 11-2-88; 12-2-97; R090-07, 12-4-2007); A by R062-16A, eff. 9/9/2016; A by R032-18A, eff. 1/30/2019
NRS 467.030

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