Any request by any event promoter for any co-sanctioning of
another organization with the IAB on any
IAB event must be made a minimum of 30
days in advance to the event in question. The IAB
has the right to deny any co-sanctioning of any organization for any reason. If
co-sanctioning is granted, the event promoter must abide by the following rules
and regulations as listed below.
- For any organization to be added to any IAB
Sanctioned Event as an additional organization (Co-Sanction) the
additional organization or the promoter will be required to pay a Co-Sanctioning
Fee of *$50.00. This fee shall be charged
to each additional organization added with the event. This fee shall be paid to
the IAB upon sanctioning fee confirmation.
- *Who (Promoter, a
fighter, other organization etc.) pays this is not important to the IAB. This can sometimes be waived by the IAB if the IAB
feels the addition of the other organization is any benefit to the IAB Organization or any of the fighters involved on
- The event promoter must disclose in full, all payments made to the
additional organization for all sanctioning fees, title belts, travel fees and
any other fees related to the addition of the other organization.
- On a co-sanctioned event, the IAB
President or Leading IAB Officer shall
always be present as the IAB Event
Representative at weigh-ins, press conferences & at an officials table at
ringside for the entire event..
- If the event is televised, (TV, Cable, Radio etc.) the event must
be announced as "This event is Sanctioned by the
IAB - International Association of Boxing"
along with other Sanctioning announcements.
- Additional terms and conditions may be applied by the IAB to any and all co-sanctioning agreements. These
additional terms and conditions shall be determined once the IAB has all necessary information about the event.