Yes, all fights in the state of Kansas are sanctioned by the ABC and the Kansas Athletic Commission.
All amateur and professional mixed martial arts, professional boxing, professional kickboxing and professional wrestling are sanctioned by the commission. Amateur kickboxing can be sanction by the KAC if the promoter wishes, or the promoter can bring in an outside sanctioning body approved by the commission. All jiu-jitsu, grappling and smoker events must be registered with the commission as well.
All fighters must submit a negative HIV test, surface antigen B and hepatitis C anti-virus. Amateur fighters must submit blood work every twelve months, and professionals must submit every six months.