The AFC’s latest event is scheduled to take place on July 12 in Calgary. Last month Top MMA News reported that the event was scheduled to host a handful of amateur fights on the card. As previously discussed, Calgary currently lacks a proper framework to host amateur MMA bouts. I have it on good authority … More Calgary Pulls The Plug For Amateur MMA At AFC Stampede Fight Night
Last month I highlighted the Manitoba Combative Sports Commission’s practice of releasing minimal information when dealing with fighter injuries. I discussed why this is likely the legally correct thing to do not to mention a practice that is in the fighter’s best interests. Moving a few Provinces west, today I look at the Edmonton Combative Sports … More Does The Edmonton Commission Release Too Much Information Regarding Fighter Injuries?
Changes are coming soon in the BC amateur MMA/combat sports landscape as a result of the Bill S-209 overhaul. I have been in touch with a few commissioners / stakeholders in the MMA community from different Provinces over the past month and there appears to be some hesitation on the government front hoping to “get … More Amateur MMA / Combat Sports in BC Headed for a Mixed Bag of Regulation?