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    Michael Mazzulli
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    More Oregon Questions, I greatly appreciate everyone’s time in responding, with the common goal of making this sport safer.
    Has anyone asked this question already, or do you already have any information/statistics?
    We are looking to change our regulation from MMA, Boxing, and Kickboxing to “Unarmed Combat”
    Do you happen to know how many and which commissions are already regulating Unarmed Combat, and/or moving to change their current regulation to “unarmed combat?

    Thank you! Have an amazing day!

    Trista Robischon
    Governmental Auditor II
    Oregon State Police
    Oregon State Athletic Commission
    4190 Aumsville Hwy SE
    Salem, OR 97317-8981
    PH: (503)378-8739

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    Brian Dunn
    Participant

    In Nebraska, we currently do not regulate kickboxing. I am hoping to see that change in the future. I think the term unarmed combat would be a good term to cover everything that we should be regulating.

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    Jeremy Arneson
    Participant

    In Wyoming, our statute Wyo. Stat. § 33-48-101 h iii reads:

    “Unarmed combat” means any form of competition in which a blow is usually struck which may reasonably be expected to inflict injury”

    It leaves it pretty wide open to interpretation which we appreciate.

    Hope this helps

    http://www.lexisnexis.com/hottopics/wystatutes/

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