25-9-1-4.5. Commission may adopt rules to define various types of fighting, martial arts, and wrestling.
(a) In accordance with IC 35-45-18-1(b), the commission may adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 to regulate the conduct of the following:
(1) Mixed martial arts.
(2) Martial arts, including the following:
(D) Kung fu.
(E) Tae kwon do.
(3) Professional wrestling.
(b) The athletic commission may adopt emergency rules under IC 4-22-2-37.1 if the athletic commission determines that:
(1) the need for a rule is so immediate and substantial that the ordinary rulemaking procedures under IC 4-22-2 are inadequate to address the need; and
(2) an emergency rule is likely to address the need.
HISTORY: P.L.112-2007, § 1, eff. July 1, 2007; P.L.160-2009, § 23, eff. July 1, 2009.
The 2009 amendment added the (a) designation; in the introductory language of (a), substituted "may adopt" for "shall adopt" and "to regulate the conduct of" for "to define"; deleted former (1) and (2), which read: "(1) Ultimate fighting. (2) Ultimate Fighting Championships"; redesignated former (3) through (5) as (a)(1) through (a)(3); and added (a)(2)(F) through (a)(2)(I), (a)(4), (a)(5), and (b).
25-9-1-9.5. Licenses for amateur mixed martial arts matches or exhibitions.
(a) As used in this section, "amateur mixed martial arts" refers to mixed martial arts that is:
(1) performed for training purposes in a school or other educational facility for no:
(A) purse; or
(B) prize with a value greater than one hundred dollars ($100); or
(2) performed in a match, contest, exhibition, or performance for no:
(A) purse; or
(B) prize with a value greater than one hundred dollars ($100).
(b) As used in this section, "promoter" means the person primarily responsible for organizing, promoting, and producing an amateur mixed martial arts match or exhibition. The term does not include a hotel, casino, resort, or other commercial establishment hosting or sponsoring an amateur mixed martial arts match unless:
(1) the hotel, casino, resort, or other commercial establishment is primarily responsible for organizing, promoting, and producing the match or exhibition; and
(2) there is no other person primarily responsible for organizing, promoting, and producing the match or exhibition.
(c) For amateur mixed martial arts matches or exhibitions, only:
(1) a body sanctioning the match or exhibition; and
(2) the promoter of the match or exhibition;
must procure licenses under this article. The commission shall develop procedures and standards governing application for licensure and license renewal of bodies sanctioning a match or exhibition and promoters under this section. The commission shall develop procedures for inspection and enforcement with respect to licenses issued under this subsection.
(d) The commission shall adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 to license sanctioning bodies and promoters required to be licensed under this chapter.
(e) The commission shall adopt rules under IC 4-22-2 that apply to each match or exhibition covered under this section and that determine requirements for the following:
(1) The presence of a medical doctor licensed under IC 25-22.5.
(2) The presence of an ambulance.
(3) Requirements for medical and life insurance to be carried for each participant.
(4) The need for medical tests, including:
(A) tests for HIV;
(B) pregnancy tests for women participants; and
(C) screening tests for illegal drugs.
HISTORY: P.L.160-2009, § 28, eff. July 1, 2009.
Ok. It looks like you need to apply at the newly formed Indiana Athletic Commission which falls under the Indiana Gaming Commission. There website is here
that link will take you to the page where they have the applications. Unfortunately, it looks like the mma applications are not done yet. You can probably find a number on that site to call and see if they can send you a paper application or whatever they are having people do until the apps. become available.