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    Please post ANYTHING you think could be of value to us. Anything from contact info for parties you would like to see involved to information on the running of sports commissions.

    Every little helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickholdaway View Post
    Go to www.prokumite.co.uk where you can access HSE policy, Risk assesment, Rules and other info.
    Quote Originally Posted by kainer2 View Post
    I would hit the US commissions and their websites

    NSAC, CASC, Florida Boxing Commission, Ohio, New Jersey, etc etc
    from other thread.

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    Have a quick look at these, from the NSAC which is a governmental committee.

    http://boxing.nv.gov/Index.htm

    http://boxing.nv.gov/New_Commishs.htm

    Licensing :

    http://boxing.nv.gov/New_ReqBoxer.htm - Fighter

    http://boxing.nv.gov/New_Reqbasic.htm - Manager, Matchmaker, Ring Announcer.

    http://boxing.nv.gov/New_ReqOfcl.htm - Ref, Judge, Timekeeper, Doctor

    All the rules and regulations acts are there as well.

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    The BBBoC operates as a Limited Liability Company.

    http://www.bbbofc.com/documentation.php

    I would like to have had a gander at the "Structure of the Board" doc, but it seems to have been cleared

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    Quote Originally Posted by kainer2 View Post
    Very interesting reading the general guidelines.
    "No one deserves to be unbeaten" Dan Hardy post Cage Warriors Strike force 1 2005
    "I wanna be in fights that make history" Paul Daley post UFC 108 2010
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    Quote Originally Posted by David Swann View Post
    Very interesting reading the general guidelines.
    yes, an easy read, are all US MMA and Boxing commissions governmental ?

    It seems they have the clout to create laws and acts that are enforceable by the state.
    Last edited by Mc6pack; 25-07-2009 at 08:46 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mc6pack View Post
    yes, an easy read, are all US MMA and Boxing commissions governmental ?

    It seems they have the clout to create laws and acts that are enforceable by the state.
    Yeah it is pretty much that way, some native American Reservations regulate events on their land too, as they have some degree of semi autonomous power on events in their own land

    Blame/thank the 10th amendment for that

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    Do we realistically want / need government inolvement at the base level of things ?

    I can see a few positives and negatives...

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    Got a reply from the CCPR (CCPR is the national alliance of governing and representative bodies of sport and recreation.)

    They gave me a brief explanation of what they would look for in an associate body and gave me a link to some useful resources on their website... becoming associated with CCPR could be a good starting point for gaining recognition IMO.

    www.ccpr.org.uk/smartsport

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