The pre-fight medical questionnaire is an important document which, when filled out incorrectly, can lead to significant legal consequences for fighters. You need look no further than to Nick Diaz’s legal woes and the lawsuits against Manny Pacquiao for examples of this or to the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision finding that undisclosed doping is criminal fraud against gamblers akin to a company misleading investors in a prospectus.
Yesterday the Nevada State Athletic Commission considered updating their pre-fight medical questionnaire. The Commission has provided me with a copy of the new form and advise that this questionnaire “was adopted at the January 12th Commission Meeting.”.
Here is a copy of the updated form for combative athletes competing in Nevada –