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    Does anyone know who started using this to mean a form of amateur MMA rules?

    And why shows use the term "NSAC Amateur"?

    As far as I am aware there is no such thing as a fixed amateur rule set from the NSAC.

    There are the full unified rules sanctioned by the NSAC that everyone is familiar with. They also have their list of guidelines and regulations for events, including amateur, but I haven't seen a fixed rule set from them that is the same as what people here call "NSAC Amateur".

    It looks like guys in the UK have taken a common US amateur rule set, one of many used over there, and dubbed it "NSAC". Is it like the term "semi-pro MMA", another daft quirk of UK MMA that doesn't really mean anything?

    Maybe I'm wrong, I don't have as much to do with the current MMA scene as I used to. Does someone have a link to this rule set with the NSAC actually having anything to do with it? I couldn't find any.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levo View Post

    It looks like guys in the UK have taken a common US amateur rule set, one of many used over there, and dubbed it "NSAC". Is it like the term "semi-pro MMA", another daft quirk of UK MMA that doesn't really mean anything?

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    Many of us refer to these rules as Unified Amateur
    Not NSAC

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    But there not unified

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    The only rule in MMA is, there are no (common) rules(ets).

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    So out of interest we have the following rule sets:

    Professional Rules
    B-Class Professional Rules
    Amatuer Rules (Headshots grounded)
    B Class Amateur Rules
    C Class Amateur Rules
    NSAC Rules
    Semi Pro Rules

    Anyone for anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly. View Post
    So out of interest we have the following rule sets:

    Professional Rules
    B-Class Professional Rules
    Amatuer Rules (Headshots grounded)
    B Class Amateur Rules
    C Class Amateur Rules
    NSAC Rules
    Semi Pro Rules

    Anyone for anymore?
    It should just be Pro & Amateur and thats it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly. View Post
    So out of interest we have the following rule sets:

    Professional Rules
    B-Class Professional Rules
    Amatuer Rules (Headshots grounded)
    B Class Amateur Rules
    C Class Amateur Rules
    NSAC Rules
    Semi Pro Rules

    Anyone for anymore?
    We could also play the "how many different disciplines you can hold in a Cage" game?

    Cage Boxing
    Thai
    Boxing
    Mixed Martial Attacking!
    MMA (with all the above rules)
    K1
    UK-1

    The list is endless.....
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    ^ You forgot murder ball or whatever it was call (ref to UCMMA)

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    the first rule is you dont talk about it , the second rule is get yourself on one of Marc's ref's seminars.. that should clear it up

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