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AMATEUR MMA

Blood results collected within 6 months of competition (effective January 5, 2018)
·        HIV:  HIV ½ serum Ab (HIV ½ antibodies, EIA, with confirmation, CPT Code 86703)
·        Hepatitis B:  HBsAg (Hepatitis B surface antigen, CPT Code 87340)
·        Hepatitis C: HCAb (Hepatitis C antibody, CPT Code 86803)

PROFESSIONAL MMA

Blood results collected within 6 months of competition (effective January 5, 2018)
·        HIV:  HIV ½ serum Ab (HIV ½ antibodies, EIA, with confirmation, CPT Code 86703)
·        Hepatitis B:  HBsAg (Hepatitis B surface antigen, CPT Code 87340)
·        Hepatitis C: HCAb (Hepatitis C antibody, CPT Code 86803)

 

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PROFESSIONAL BOXING

 
Blood Results collected within 6 months of competition (effective January 5, 2018)
  • HIV: HIV 1/2 serium AB (HIV 1/2 antibodies, EIA with confirmation, CPT Code 86703)
  • Hepatitis B: HBsAg (Hepatitis B surface antigen, CPT Code 87340)
  • Hepatitis C: HCAb (Hepatitis C antibody, CPT Code 86803)
 

KICKBOXING

 
Blood Results collected within 6 months of competition (effective January 5, 2018)
  • HIV: HIV 1/2 serium AB (HIV 1/2 antibodies, EIA with confirmation, CPT Code 86703)
  • Hepatitis B: HBsAg (Hepatitis B surface antigen, CPT Code 87340)
  • Hepatitis C: HCAb (Hepatitis C antibody, CPT Code 86803)

 

 

MUAY THAI

 
Blood Results collected within 6 months of competition (effective January 5, 2018)
  • HIV: HIV 1/2 serium AB (HIV 1/2 antibodies, EIA with confirmation, CPT Code 86703)
  • Hepatitis B: HBsAg (Hepatitis B surface antigen, CPT Code 87340)
  • Hepatitis C: HCAb (Hepatitis C antibody, CPT Code 86803)

 

 

MANAGER / SECOND


Seconds of Professional Boxers and MMA Competitors are required to be licensed by the Oregon State Athletic Commission.  

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q.  Can I turn in blood work from when I applied for a license in another state?
A. As of January 5, 2018, submitted bloodwork must show a collection date within 6 months of a competition. The Oregon State Athletic Commission will accept bloodwork from another state as long as the documentation states the competitor's Name, Date of Birth, Lab at which the blood was drawn, Address and contact information from the Lab at which the blood was drawn as well as the collection date.
Q. Do I have to have a physical done in order to be licensed to fight?
A. If you are applying to compete in any unarmed combat sports in Oregon, whether as a professional or an amateur, a medical professional must perform a physical exam and complete the Oregon State Physical Exam form as of January 5, 2018. Along with the physical, an eye exam will also be required to compete in unarmed   combat  sports as of January 5, 2018. 
The eye exam must be completed by either an optometrist or an ophthamologist on the Oregon State Eye Exam form . Prior to competition a pre-fight physical will be performed by the ringside physician assigned to the event by the Oregon State Athletic Commission. The same physician will complete a post fight physical upon completion of the competition. A Pre/Post Fight Physical Exam form will be completed and given to the competitor and the Athletic Commission detailing your length of suspension due to competition or injury.