Sanctioning Bodies

Florida State Boxing Commission
2601 Blair Stone Road
32399

The Florida State Boxing Commission consists of five members. One member must be a physician. A commissioner whose term has expired shall continue to serve on the commission until such time as a replacement is appointed by the Governor.

Florida State Boxing Commission
850.488.8500
American Amateur Mixed Martial Arts
12156 Havburg Dr
Pensacola FL
32506

The primary purpose of AAMMA is to educate student athletes, instructors and officials in the martial arts.

We believe the art of self defense and competition in all martial arts leads to self discipline, self confidence, hunger for educational growth, structure, work ethic, character and friendships.

We hope to provide registered AAMMA martial arts schools and boxing academies with an affordable and accessible all-in-one educational and instructional amateur sanctioning organization.  Our mission is to provide a competent sanctioning organization, where all registered student athletes can compete in all the martial arts in the same event on the same day, in hopes of reducing the cost associated with different amateur sanctioning bodies. We are certain this will increase the number of student athletes and their level knowledge and experience in the field of martial arts.

www.usamixedmartialarts.us
850-457-6157
850-457-1650
International Sport Karate Association ( ISKA)
14260 W. Newberry Road #341 Newberry, FL USA 32669-2765
32669-2765

Whether it’s the US OPEN ISKA World Martial Arts Championships hosted annually in Disney World and aired on ESPN, or GLORY World Series elite professional kickboxing as seen on SPIKE TV, ISKA maintains its’ involvement in the industry’s cutting edge. Historically this includes STRIKEFORCE MMA as seen on CBS and SHOWTIME as well as K-1 USA, and Chuck Norris’ World Combat League.

The height that the ISKA has attained continues to reflect its basic commitment to credibility and uncompromising integrity. The sports’ future will rely on that commitment in cooperation with the industry’s many talented martial arts / combat sports athletes and the ever-growing foundation of dedicated fans around the world.

iskaworldhq.com
352-339-4376
INTERNATIONAL SPORTS COMBAT FEDERATION – ISCF
9250 Cypress Street, Newcastle, CA,
95658

The goal of the International Sport Combat Federation is to regulate safe and fair rules and regulations and help provide exposure and opportunities for local, regional, national and international competition among amateur and professional mixed martial arts fighters, trainers, promoters and officials. We will, through adherence to and enforcement of these rules and regulations, strive to make competitive mixed martial arts fighting a safe and fair sport as we continue to help bring exposure to and enhance the present as well as the future of the sport we serve, Mixed Martial Arts.

www.iscfmma.com
(916) 663-2467
(916) 663-4510
USA Mixed Martial Arts Federation
101 W. Argonne Avenue, Suite 11

USA Mixed Martial Arts Federation (UMMAF) is a national federation serving as a 501c3 non-profit, democratic organization that deals with the overall development and structure for MMA in the USA. Our stated ambition is to be approved by each state Athletic Commission as applicable and the United States Olympic Committee when the sport of Mixed Martial Arts becomes accepted by the International Olympic Committee. The responsibilities and activities of a national federation for MMA is much like those of any other sport.

http://ummaf.com/
781-400-4772