1050.00 Championship Titles
All participants must meet eligibility requirements set forth by the match time length rules regarding experience levels within this section.
All Promotional, Regional and Sectional Title holders must submit the actual belt awarded to the event representative prior to any event in which the title is up for defense.
All champions at all levels are regarded as such and must strictly abide by the code of conduct set fourth by these rules and regulations. Conduct unbecoming a champion can and may be grounds for the
immediate removal of a title.
All belt holders are expected to protect the belt from damage or excessive wear or damage. The belt must be in clean and tidy prior to any public display.
All title holders must defend their title. If a champion fails to defend his belt or accept a fight for more than a single fight, the title will be vacated. Should a fight agreement not be reached by a champion and
viable challenger on an initial attempt, the second attempt will be made by the offices of CSC and will be final or the title vacated and up for a new holder.
Promotional titles are to be hosted by the promotion in which they represent and may not be defended at any other venue without approval of the promotion company.
Regional and Sectional title holders are required to defend the title at an agreed upon and approved event by CSC. This title may only be defended on an CSC sanctioned event. Sectional Title Bouts will be
matched by the CSC.
State Championship Title Bouts will be held at any event that has been agreed upon as the assigned event for that weight class. The title will only be up for defense at regularly scheduled events sanctioned by
1051.00 Promotional Titles
Contestants competing for a promotional title are required to have completed at least 4 (four) match-making points prior to competing for a title.
Promotional title belts are awarded and supplied by the promotional company in which they represent.
The Promotional Company reserves the right to impose additional conduct requirements as they see fit, The CSC has no jurisdiction on how a Promotion handles it's Titles.(ie; Who fights for the Titles,
Stripping of Titles, Round Lengths(AS LONG AS IT STAYS WITHIN GUIDELINES).
1052.00 Regional Titles
Contestants competing for a Regional Title belt are required to have completed at least 7(seven) match-making points prior to competing for a title.
There will be 4 (four) Sections to Missouri,
Northwest Region and Southwest Region will make up the West Sectional Title Division.
Northeast Region and Southeast Region will make up the East Sectional Title Division.
Regional title belts are awarded and supplied by the promotion company. Combat Sports Commission will be able to assist you in your purchase.
Upon the registration for the Regional Championship Titles, current Promotional title holders are eligible to compete for the belt.
There will be no "catch weight" classes for Regional Titles, all weight classes will be strictly enforced and weight allowances will no more than one(1) pound unless otherwise discussed and agreed to in the
CSC Bout Agreement.
Regional title holders must defend or compete for Sectional Titles when it is approved by the CSC.
A competitor is not allowed to hold multiple Regional Titles in the same weight class, but, may attain multiple Regional Titles in separate weight classes as long as he/she is able to defend said Titles when it is
1053.00 Sectional Titles
Contestants that hold a Regional Title may compete for a Sectional Title. Combat Sports Commission will be able to assist you in your purchase.
The CSC will assign a promotion to hold the bout for the Sectional Title in the weight class that is able to hold one.
West Sectional Titles and East Sectional Titles may be set up between a combination of two of the Following Title Holders,Northwest Regional Title holder, Southwest Regional Title holder,
Northeast Regional Title holder and Southeast Regional Title holder.
Once a Regional Title Holder has won a Sectional Title, he/she must relinquish the Regional Title the have attained and that Regional Title now becomes vacant.
West Sectional Title Holders will compete against East sectional Title Holders on CSC sanctioned shows only.
There will be no "catch weight" classes for Sectional Titles, all weight classes will be strictly enforced and weight allowances will no more than one(1) pound unless otherwise discussed and agreed to in
the CSC Bout Agreement..
A competitor is not allowed to hold multiple Sectional Titles in the same weight class, but, may attain multiple Sectional Titles in separate weight classes as long as he/she is able to compete for said Titles
when it is required.
1054.00 State Titles
Contestants that hold Sectional Titles will now be eligible to compete against opposing Sectional Title Holders for the CSC State Title.
This Belt will be provided by the CSC.
West Sectional Champions will compete against East Sectional Champions on CSC sanctioned events and the CSC will assign a promotion to hold said State Title Bout.
Once a Sectional Title Holder has won a State Title, he/she must relinquish the Sectional Title they have attained and that Sectional Title now becomes vacant.
There will be no "catch weight" classes for State Titles, all weight classes will be strictly enforced and weight allowances will no more than one(1) pound unless otherwise discussed and agreed to in the
CSC Bout Agreement.
State Title holders MUST defend their Titles when it is required. State Title Defenses may only be held on CSC Sanctioned events.
A competitor is not allowed to hold multiple State Titles in the same weight class, but, may attain multiple State Titles in separate weight classes as long as he/she is able to compete for or defend said State
Titles when it is required.
**Though it is not required, The CSC encourages that State Title Holders look to making the step to the next level of competition. It is part of the CSC's Fighter Development Ideas for the Amateur Fighter
to make the step towards Professional Competition.
1055.00 Mandatory Defenses and Title Fights
Contestants that hold a Regional, Sectional or State Title must defend said Title when it becomes mandatory to do so.
The Combat Sports Commission will approve of ALL Title Defenses before they are to happen.
Regional Title Holders will defend against the highest ranked fighter, in the said Region, that is available. Failure to defend the Title when it is mandatory, will call for an immediate loss of said Title. Once
there are two Regional Title Holders ready to compete for a Sectional Title, Title Holders must meet and compete for said Title.
Sectional Title Holders will defend against the next available Regional Champion, that is available in their Sectional. Failure to defend said Title when it is mandatory, will call for an immediate loss of said Title.
Once there are two Sectional Title Holders in the State, bother Title Holders will be set up to compete for a State Title on a CSC Sanctioned Event.
State Title Holders will defend against the next available Sectional Title Holder that is available. Failure to defend said Title when it is mandatory to do so, will call for an immediate loss of said Title.
**If a Title holder is injured or sick at the time they are to Defend their Title, they will need to defend as soon as they are available to do so. They will also need to show confirmation of said injury or illness
in writing from their Doctor.
**Titles can be stripped due to non-competing athlete status.