• WBC Heavyweight World Championship, Birmingham, AL September 2015

    Credit: Stuart McNair

  • Credit: Joshua Alan


COVID 19 Updates

The Alabama Athletic Commission met today, March 13, 2020, regarding COVID-19 and the 16 permitted events scheduled in Alabama. The following decision was made: All currently issued Event Permits are valid and while the venue may cancel the event it is not being cancelled by the AAC. The Commission voted to authorize Chief Inspectors at events to suspend any licensee and remove anyone from any current event in the state, who shows any symptoms of COVID-19 or any positive test results from any other illness. Anyone whose license that is suspended will remain suspended until a negative result from the proper testing is submitted to the Executive Director of the Commission. No other event permit will be approved or issued by the Commission until further notice.


Welcome to the Alabama Athletic Commission website. The Alabama Athletic Commission was established by an act the State of Alabama legislature to oversee and regulate boxing and mixed martial arts in Alabama. Our goal is to protect the fighters, promoters, and the consumers in these sports.

Rules

Click here for Alabama Athletic Commission rules and regulations.

Promoters

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Participants

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Frequently Asked Questions

Click here for answers to frequently asked questions.

PROPOSED RULES

The proposed rules for Bare Knuckle Boxing will become effective April 13, 2020.

165-X-4-.02 – Licenses – Revision to Toughman Fees
165-X-9 – Complaint and Disciplinary Actions


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