David Berlin, Executive Director
Melvina Lathan, Chairperson
New York State Athletic Commission
123 William Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY 10038
* * * S P E C I A L N O T I C E * * *
The New York State Athletic Commission will hold testing for Seconds, Managers, and Matchmaker licenses at
10:00 am at 123 William Street, 2nd Floor, New York, NY on the following dates:
|Monday, April 20, 2015||Monday, July 20, 2015|
|Monday, May 18, 2015||August 17, 2015||Monday, June 15, 2015||September 14, 2015|
These are BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. To schedule an appointment, call 212-417-5692 or email Ana.Rivas@dos.ny.gov
*2015 Licensing Period lasts from October 1st, 2014 through September 30th, 2015.
Ruling of Special Interest - March 26, 2014
Matter of SAC v. Yagobi et al.
The New York State Athletic Commission Announces Officials for Saturday, April 25, 2015 World Heavyweight Championship Title Match at Madison Square Garden
The New York State Athletic Commission has announced the officials appointed to work the Saturday, April 25, 2015 Heavyweight Title Match at Madison Square Garden. The fight will be televised by HBO.
Heavyweight Title MatchWladimir Klitschko (63-3, 53 by KO)
First of its Kind in the U.S. Pilot Program Will Provide Educational, Mentorship and Career Opportunities
The City University of New York (CUNY), in conjunction with the New York State Athletic Commission (NYSAC), USA Boxing Metropolitan Association (“Metro”) and Daily News Charities, Inc.,have announced the launch of a pilot program that will provide professional and amateur boxers in New York State educational opportunities in order to help them compete in today’s economic environment. The program, titled “Fight for Your Future,” aims to provide career options outside the squared circle.
An Open Letter from David Berlin, Executive Director, New York State Athletic Commission
To The Entire Boxing Community:
As most of you may already know, I have recently been appointed as the Executive Director of the New York State Athletic Commission. Many of you know me from my work as an attorney representing fighters, as well as others in the boxing community. Some of you also know me from my articles about boxing and the law that have focused largely on ways to implement positive change in the sport and how to protect the boxers who ply their trade in what has been rightly called “the hardest game.” I have always believed that boxers who display their courage and dignity in the ring deserve the sport’s protection.