The American Boxing Association is a sanctioning body in the sport of professional boxing.  The ABA has been sanctioning bouts between American citizens since 2015.

The goal of this organization is Nationalize the sport of professional boxing in the United States of America.  We rank top 50 fighters in each division and sanction Championship matches in order to award American Boxing Champions.

The ABA is responsible for the overseeing of all aspects of professional boxing in the United States of America. Its functions include

  • Sanctioning of professional boxing matches between top competitors in the United States.

  • Ranking Top 50 professional boxers in each division and weight class.

  • Verification of state licensure and medical eligibility of fighter to compete in a sanctioned bout

  • Verification of U.S. Citizenship

  • ensuring that the health and safety of all professional fighters is paramount, both in relation to any application for a professional fighter’s licence and in the running of any professional boxing promotion;

  • strict compliance by promoters, managers, trainers and fighters with the medical rules and requirements set down by the ABC(Association of Boxing Commissions).

  • promotion and dissemination of the Ali Act to all satke holders in the sport of professional boxing.

The Muhammad Ali Boxing Reform Act, commonly referred to as the Ali Act, is a federal law that was introduced in 1999 and enacted on May 26, 2000 by the 106th Congress to: (1) protect the rights and welfare of boxers; (2) aid state boxing commissions with the oversight of boxing; and (3) increase sportsmanship and integrity within the boxing industry​

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