Mixed martial arts

Fighter Forms

Amateur and professional mixed martial artists are required to have specific documents of blood work and physical examinations in both Illinois and Indiana.  These links will help you access the correct forms needed to compete. 

Indiana
Indiana webpage containing all required forms for professional and amateur mixed martial artists
http://www.in.gov/igc/2683.htm 

***Pros need 3 required documents to be filled out & submitted to state in order to compete in the state of Indiana BEFORE bout:
    1. Physician's physical examination (Indiana physical form available below)
    2. Indiana professional MMA license
    3. National MMA ID card

Direct link to Indiana physical examination form (pdf file)
https://forms.in.gov/Download.aspx?id=8826

Direct link to Indiana MMA license application (pdf file)
https://forms.in.gov/Download.aspx?id=7372

Direct link to National MMA ID application
http://www.in.gov/igc/files/NATIONAL_ID_APPLICATION_-_NEW.pdf


***Amateurs need 2 required documents to be filled out & submitted to state in order to compete in the state of Indiana BEFORE bout:
    1. Physician's physical examination on Indiana physical exam form (must be completed on the official form, printed and filled out by physician)
    2. National MMA ID card


PRO & AMATEUR BLOOD WORK INFO:
Blood work must be completed before 12 months of bout and submitted no later than date of weigh-ins. 

Blood work requirements:
 

a) HIV-1: A blood test that verifies the applicant is HIV negative. (Annually)

b) HEPATITIS B: A blood test that verifies the applicant is Hepatitis B (HBsAg)

negative. (Annually)

c) HEPATITIS B: A blood test that verifies the applicant is Hepatitis C

(HCVAb) negative. (Annually)




Illinois (ammy)
Blood work must be completed within 6 months from bout and can be turned in no later than date of weigh-ins.


Blood work requirements:

a) HIV-1: A blood test that verifies the applicant is HIV negative. (Annually)

b) HEPATITIS B: A blood test that verifies the applicant is Hepatitis B (HBsAg)

negative. (Annually)

c) HEPATITIS B: A blood test that verifies the applicant is Hepatitis C

(HCVAb) negative. (Annually)