Thank you for your interest in working in the state of Kansas and with the Kansas Athletic Commission. All referees, judges, timekeepers, physicians and promoters wanting to do business in the state of Kansas must obtain a license from the Kansas Athletic Commission. All applications and forms can be found below.
All boxing, MMA, and kickboxing promotions seeking to do business in the state of Kansas must apply for a promoter's license with the Kansas Athletic Commission.
Entities applying for a promoter’s license with the Kansas Athletic Commission may be required to provide a history of the promotion, and their promotion history may be taken into account when considering final approval for the issuance of a license.
All promoters wishing to promote boxing, MMA, or kickboxing event in the state of Kansas must obtain an event permit by filling out the Combat Sports Promoter's Event Application. If you are promoting an MMA event, use the Mixed Martial Arts License Application below which links to the MMA Registration website. Individuals or entities wishing to promote professional wrestling in the state of Kansas do not need to apply for a promoter license but must apply for an event permit by filling out the Combat Sports Promoter's Event Application. The Combat Sports Promoter's Event Application must be filed with the Kansas Athletic Commission using the link listed below, and permits will be granted based on the availability of the commission.
Promoters are required to submit their fight or bout cards for approval no less than fourteen days before their scheduled event. Send your bout/fight card to email@example.com.
Select the appropriate online form below to apply for your license:
PROMOTER'S LICENSE APPLICATION
MIXED MARTIAL ARTS PROMOTER'S LICENSE APPLICATION
COMBAT SPORT PROMOTER'S EVENT PERMIT
$40 for an event permit with the Kansas Athletic Commission
All officials (judges, referees, physicians, timekeepers, managers) who want to work in the state of Kansas must apply for a license with the Kansas Athletic Commission. Referees and judges may be asked to provide proof of licensing and a list of prior commission work when considering their application.
Physicians who want to be licensed in the state of Kansas must be licensed to practice medicine in the state of Kansas and must be in good standing with the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.
Please contact us with any question you may have about how to promote your combat fight or wrestling event in Kansas. We are ready to hear from you. Kansas Fights!
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