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Oregon State Athletic Commission - Federal ID
Mixed Martial Arts - National ID Card
OSAC Upcoming Changes for MMA
Dear Mixed Martial Arts Competitors,
During its recent Annual Convention, the Association of Boxing Commissions (ABC) approved of the creation of a national database to track the identity and competition records of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Competitors.  
The ABC reviewed proposals submitted by companies interested in providing this service.  It was decided that Mixedmartialarts.com would be the official record keeper for the ABC Membership. 
Mixedmartialarts.com will administrate the database and provide interested parties officially recognized fight records.  State Athletic Commissions are in the process of submitting prior fight results for inclusion in the database.  Some states have begun requiring that fighters be registered with the database prior to competition.  The database will include both amateur and professional MMA Competitors.  Registered fighters will receive an MMA Federal ID card.  Fighters will be required to present this card to the applicable athletic commission prior to competition.  

How to register:
To register with the OSAC, complete the application form found below.  Submit the completed form to the Commission either by mail, or in person.  The application must include a copy of two forms of legal identification (driver license, social security card, military identification, etc.) and a passport sized photo.  There is no fee required to register.  The Federal ID card will be valid for a period of five years. 
National MMA ID Card Application Form 
The OSAC address is:
Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
Oregon State Athletic Commission
4190 Aumsville Highway
Salem, Oregon 97317
Fax:  503-378-6878

Professional Boxing Federal ID
Dear Federal ID Applicant,
To become a professional boxer you must first be registered with the national database approved by the Association of Boxing Commissions (Fight Fax, Inc.).  You must register through the Commission from the state in which you reside.  If you reside in Oregon please submit to the Oregon State Athletic Commission the following completed documents: 

Federal ID Application
Association of Boxing Commissions Health Disclosure

Please also submit a copy of two forms of identification. 
You can also find here for your review the Association of Boxing Commissions Boxers Bill of Rights.  There is important information in this document related to your rights as a professional boxer.   
If you have any questions please contact, Oregon State Athletic Commission Executive Director at 503-378-8739 or email:  osac@state.or.us 
Department of Public Safety Standards and Training
Oregon State Athletic Commission
4190 Aumsville Highway
Salem, Oregon 97317