Promoters & Officials

Thanks you for your interest in working in the state of Kansas and with the Kansas Athletic Commission. All referees, judges, timekeepers, physicians and promoters wanting to do business in the state of Kansas must obtain a license from the Kansas Athletic Commission, and the process for doing so can be found inside the links on this page.

Promotors


Any promoters or promotions wanting to do business in the state of Kansas must apply for a promoters license with the Kansas Athletic Commission. To apply and pay online, please click on this link. Entities applying for a promoters license with the Kansas Athletic Commission may be required to provide a history of promotion, and their promotion history may be taken into account when considering final approval for issuance of a license. Individuals or entities wishing to promote professional wrestling in the state of Kansas do not need to apply for a promoters license, but must register their event by filling out the same event permit form combat sport promoters are required to. All promoters wishing to promote an event in the state of Kansas must obtain an event permit for the event. An event permit application must be filed with the Kansas Athletic Commission using the link listed below, and permits will be granted based on the availability of the commission. Promoters are also required to submit their fights cards for approval no less then fourteen days prior to their scheduled event. Boxing promoters must use the bout card linked below, while MMA promoters must use the mixedmartialarts.com website to register their proposed bout card. Linked below are also checklists for combat sport and wrestling promoters to use, and if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Kansas Athletic Commission with any questions.

Application for Promoters License
Event Permit Application

Officials


All officials (judges, referees, physicians, timekeepers, managers) wanting to work in the state of Kansas must apply for a license with the Kansas Athletic Commission. Referees and judges may be asked to provide proof of licensing and a list of prior commission work when considering their application. Physicians wanting to be licensed in the state of Kansas must be licensed to practice medicine in the state of Kansas and must be in good standing with the Kansas Board of Healing Arts.

Application for officials license
Application for physician license

Licensed Officials and Promoters in Kansas


For Officials: Judges, Physicians, Referees, Timekeepers, and Managers who are licensed through June 30. This list is updated after every event.
In order to serve as an official in the state of Kansas must be licensed by the Kansas Athletic Commission. Licenses can be obtained by applying to the Kansas Athletic Commission either on online through this link, or by applying at an event at which you are competing. There is a $10 late fee applied when applying within three days prior to the event the fighter is competing in. Kansas Athletic Commission Licenses expire on June 30 of the following year when applied for after July 1 of a given year. Licenses applied for after January 1 of a year will run through June 30 of the next year.

Application for Licensing