Pa. to allow MMA bouts in the state

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scoozna
2/23/09 1:30:30PM
Pennsylvania has joined the growing number of states to allow Mixed Martial Arts, or MMA, events within its borders.


The State Athletic Commission announced today it had adopted final regulations that will allow for the ulta-rough bouts popularized on cable sports networks to be held in the Keystone State.

Philly.com article

It's about time!
urbman
2/23/09 2:52:40PM
This is awesome news...
4u2nv
2/23/09 3:49:20PM
yes!!! now nj and ny should follow! i wish
imanidiot777
2/23/09 4:00:31PM

Posted by 4u2nv

yes!!! now nj and ny should follow! i wish



It is allowed in NJ, UFC 78: Bisping vs. Evans was in Newark.
roadking95th
2/23/09 5:05:50PM
Just now passed? Huh, I read several weeks ago that the York Fairgrounds was going to have a MMA event April 1st, I believe. Not sure what orginazation it is, but several guys from Hanover Martial Arts Academy (exact name?) are going to be there.
postman
2/23/09 5:10:43PM
Anyone see if the amatures are going to be allowed to strike on the ground?
postman
2/23/09 7:56:07PM
Pa Pro MMA rule

Pa MMA amature rules

Are these how most amature rules are? 10 counts if punched to the ground?
jakeiceman
2/23/09 10:49:10PM

Posted by postman

Pa Pro MMA rule

Pa MMA amature rules

Are these how most amature rules are? 10 counts if punched to the ground?



Um both of the links lead to the pro rules, unless I'm doing something wrong which is quite possible.
grappler0000
2/23/09 11:48:01PM

Posted by jakeiceman


Posted by postman

Pa Pro MMA rule

Pa MMA amature rules

Are these how most amature rules are? 10 counts if punched to the ground?



Um both of the links lead to the pro rules, unless I'm doing something wrong which is quite possible.



Amateur Rules
postman
2/24/09 1:58:29PM
Not sure what i did there Sorry
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