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Frequently Asked Questions

I want to be a professional boxer or professional mixed martial arts practitioner. What do I need to do? I want to be an amateur boxer. What do I need to do? I want to be an amateur mixed martial arts practitioner. What do I need to do? How can I find out more about […]

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Approved Sanctioning Bodies

The following are the sanctioning bodies for each type of combative sports event. Amateur Boxing USA Boxing (Mid-Atlantic Region) Mid-Atlantic Boxing Association Professional Boxing The Delaware Division of Professional Regulation will designate a commission member from another jurisdiction. Contact¬† Megan Mller. Amateur Mixed Martial Arts WKA USA 10454 Ridgefield Pkwy Richmond, VA 23233 Phone: (804) […]

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Fee Schedule

Processing Fees for License Applications Submit the processing fee for the type of license application you are filing with the application form. Applications submitted without the processing fee will be rejected. Make the check or money order payable to the “State of Delaware.” Cash is not accepted. Processing fees are non-refundable.   Amateur Boxing (Per […]

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Professional Mixed Martial Arts Event

Before Applying for a Permit Before submitting an application to the Division of Professional Regulation (DPR), take the following actions: Obtain a Designated Agent’s approval for the event date. DPR¬†will not grant the permit without the Designated Agent’s approval. As Delaware does not have a boxing commission, the Designated Agent will be a representative from […]

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Combative Sports Entertainment Permit

What is Combative Sports Entertainment? Combative Sports Entertainment means a display of skill for the purpose of entertaining an audience, consisting of choreographed or simulated combat in which the participants employ techniques commonly used in combative sports. The participants do not exert their best effort, and the winner is determined prior to the match (28 […]

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Combative Sports

Objective The Division of Professional Regulation is responsible for regulating combative sports and combative sports entertainment events. The objective of regulation is to protect the health, safety and welfare of current and future participants as well as those who stage, judge and attend the events. To meet this objective, the Division: promulgates rules and regulations […]

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Amateur Boxing Event

Before Applying for a Permit Before applying for a permit to hold an Amateur Boxing Event, the Tournament Director or organizer must obtain a Delaware business license from the Division of Revenue. Applying for a Permit The Tournament Director or organizer must submit the application and supporting documentation listed below at least 15 days before […]

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