Nev. Admin. Code § 467.895 - Effect of suspension or revocation of certain licenses

Current through March 28, 2022

1. Every promoter and matchmaker shall take notice of the suspensions listed on registries recognized by the Commission and shall not permit any person under suspension to take any part as a participant or in arranging or conducting contests or exhibitions during the period of suspension.
2. A person whose license, approval, registration or sanctioning has been suspended or revoked by the Commission is prohibited from participating in or matchmaking or holding contests or exhibitions during the period of suspension or after the revocation.
3. A person whose license, approval, registration or sanctioning has been suspended or revoked is barred from:
(a) The dressing rooms at the premises where any program of unarmed combat is being held;
(b) Occupying any seat within six rows of the ring platform or, if the program is being held in a fenced area, within six rows of the platform of the fenced area;
(c) Approaching within six rows of seats from the ring platform or, if the program is being held in a fenced area, within six rows of seats of the platform of the fenced area; and
(d) Communicating in the arena or near the dressing rooms with any of the principals in the contests or exhibitions, their managers, their seconds or the referee, whether directly or by a messenger, during any program of unarmed combat.

A person who violates a provision of this subsection may be ejected from the arena or building where the program is being held, and the price paid for his or her ticket refunded to him or her upon presentation of the ticket stub at the box office. Thereafter, the person is barred entirely from all premises used for contests or exhibitions while the programs are being held.

4. If a license, approval, registration or sanctioning issued by the Commission has been suspended because the holder employed dishonest methods to affect the outcome of any contest or exhibition or because of any conduct reflecting discredit upon this State, the Commission or unarmed combat, the Commission will not consider reinstatement of the license, approval, registration or sanctioning for at least 12 months.
5. A manager who is under temporary suspension is considered to have forfeited all rights in this State under the terms of any contract with an unarmed combatant licensed by the Commission. Any attempt by a suspended manager to exercise those contract rights will result in a permanent suspension of his or her license. The license of any unarmed combatant, matchmaker or promoter who continues to engage in any contractual relations with a manager whose license has been suspended by the Commission may be indefinitely suspended.
6. An unarmed combatant whose manager has been suspended may continue competing independently during the term of that suspension, signing his or her own contracts for contests or exhibitions. Payment of the earnings of an unarmed combatant may not be made by any promoter to a manager who is under suspension, or to his or her agent, but the purse must be paid in full to the unarmed combatant.
7. Revocation of a manager's license automatically cancels all his or her contract rights in this State under any contracts with unarmed combatants made under the authority of the Commission. If such a revocation occurs, an unarmed combatant may operate independently and enter into contracts for his or her own contests or exhibitions, or may enter into contracts with other managers licensed by the Commission.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 467.895
[Athletic Comm'n, § 151, eff. 4-25-78]-(NAC A 12-13-82; 12-2-97; R070-01, 8-31-2001); A by R062-16A, eff. 9/9/2016
NRS NRS 467.030

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