To begin with, please follow
SANCTIONING & SCHEDULING
schedule which can be found by clicking
Moving Forward with your
ISCF Sanctioned Event
- Promoter must have approval of the ISCF
Headquarters to host an Officially Sanctioned ISCF
- All Sanctioning
Fees must be paid in full to the ISCF
Office, before an event can be advertised as an
ISCF sanctioned event.
- For the least expensive price for your event
we suggest that you pay your fees a minimum30 days prior to your scheduled
event. This will assure you a very good discount off the regular
for your event and requested title bout fees.
- Inside 30 days prior to your scheduled event, your
will go up, but you will still receive a discount off the regular
for your event and requested title bout fees.
- If your Sanctioning
Fees are not received by the ISCF
office within 15 days prior to your scheduled event, you will be
required to pay the Full Regular Sanctioning Fees as listed with no pre pay
- If Sanctioning
Fees are not received within 5 days prior to your event,
your event will not be sanctioned by the ISCF.
- Whenever any State Commission has jurisdiction over a mixed martial art
competition at an
ISCF event, the State Commission will hold
the weigh-ins and safety equipment check ALONG WITH the ISCF event representative.
- All ISCF event Officials must be
approved by the ISCF Head Office
BEFORE the event. The ISCF Event
Representative and ISCF Head Office have
the authority to change officials at the event at any time, Before and During
the event if necessary.
- Each event will have
- One (1) ISCF Representative in
- One (1)
- These 2 positions are many times held by 1 person, The ISCF Event Representative.
- 3 or more ISCF Certified Judges.
- One (1) or moreISCF Certified
- In areas where already certified ISCF
officials are not close by, arrangements will be made to secure qualified
officials for the event.
- The promoter must pay for all awards, purses and ISCF
title belts (If Any) in advance of the event.
- In addition to the general event expenses, Promotional, sanctioning,
purses, venue etc, the event promoter will pay all Officials expenses as well.
For Officials Fees, Click HERE
Requirements For ISCF Promoter
- The ISCF Representative at the event
must approve All Fight Gloves.
- Fight Gloves
shall be whole, clean, in sanitary condition and subject to inspection by the
referee or the ISCF representative at the
event. Any gloves found to be unfit must be replaced with gloves in better
- All ISCF Sanctioned Promoter's are
liable for any medical costs of any injury sustained by any Fighter who is
Fighting on the Promoters ISCF Sanctioned
- To cover any such fighter medical expenses, the ISCF
Sanctioned Promoter must have a minimum of $2,500.00 coverage (Higher limits
may be a mandatory requirement for some states) in fighter medical
Insurance for his
ISCF Sanctioned event.
- The ISCF STRONGLY
Recommends Promoters carry a higher amount of "Fighter Medical Insurance",
however, the ISCF offers this as an option
to the event Promoter. The ISCF
Event Promoter must understand that no matter what the costs of an injured
fighters medical bills, the ISCF Sanctioned Event
Promoter is liable for 100% of any such medical costs related to any injury the
fighter receives on an ISCF Sanctioned event.
- The ISCF Event Promoter must provide
proof of their fighter medical Insurance
by faxing a cover page of their insurance to the ISCF
Headquarters (916-663-4510) prior to their event.
- The ISCF Event Promoter must also
have the entire insurance coverages, original paperwork available to show the
ISCF Event Representative.
- If Promoter has not faxed to the ISCF
Headquarters a copy of "Proof of Fighter Medical Insurance"
and or cannot show any proof of such insurance
to the official
ISCF Event Representative prior to the
event, the event will be cancelled immediately
by the ISCF Event Representative. For
rates on such insurance click Here.
- Promoter must have a minimum of 1 LICENSED MEDICAL DOCTOR with
ringside fight experience at ringside at all times during the event. IT IS
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED A PROMOTER HAVE TWO RINGSIDE DOCTORS. For requirements
- Promoter must have 1 Ambulance & 2 Paramedics at their event at
- Promoter must have Oxygen and Stretcher at ringside for medical
- Ring cards and ring girls/guys to display to the crowd which round the bout
is in. This is optional for the promoter.
- Promoter must have Ringside officials tables & chairs;
- 3-4 is best for all officials, placed around the ring.
- If a boxing ring these will be placed on each side of the ring (8 total, 2
each side is best.)
- Promoter must have A minimum of two separate spaces for fighters to warm-up
- Promoter must have Ice and Water to offer all trainers/fighters.
- Promoter must have a Ring Announcer - Click HERE.
- Promoter must have ISCF Certified
event officials for his/her event.
- Promoter will supply any and all Title belts and other awards.
- Promoter must have Event Security.
- All additional needs to support an event which include but are not limited
to, venue, fighters, hotel rooms etc. Contact the ISCF
if these areas are unclear.
- PRO PURSES:
- ALL PRO PURSES are to be paid to the ISCF
Event Representative PRIOR to the beginning of the event (directly
after the event weigh-ins or before the Official event Rules meeting.) in
the form of cash or cashiers checks made out to each fighter to secure the
promise of these fees due to the Pro Fighters. NO PERSONAL OR BUSINESS
CHECKS WILL BE ALLOWED!
- AFTER THE EVENT the ISCF
Event Representative and the Event Promoter will BOTH pay each Pro Fighter their
cash purse in private.
- If the Promoter cannot pay the ISCF
Event Representative all the Pro Purses in this form before the event, the event
will be cancelled immediately and legal
action will be assisted by the ISCF
towards the event promoter from each Professional Fighter.
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