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More State scams. Listen to video on delegation authority. Why is USA Boxing, CAMO, USFL, required to be a Non Profit Organization while IKF is not required to be for Kick Boxing. IKF is a for profit organization. IKF refused to go non-profit in the past for Amateur MMA. Proof here. So why are they allowed to regulate Kick Boxing.
“It’s California’s written law, and it’s set in stone.” Says ISCF President Steve Fossum, “As much as we would like to have been selected for the position, we just have no desire to be a non-profit organization. We were asked to attend last weeks meeting by CSAC Assistant Executive Officer Bill Douglas. He said the issue of the ISCF not being non-profit would not be an issue.
However, we were clearly misinformed because Mario Rodriguez made it clear that the selected organization must be a “non-profit” organization. Once we realized this, the question was, ‘Who do we side with?’ Yes, there were issues related to experience with CAMO, and possibly the right choice may have been no choice. However, amateur MMA in California needs to move forward.
So confusing that now ISCF/IKF has full delegation over kick boxing and is not a non-profit organization. But when they gave CAMO delegation you had to be a non profit. Also USFL had to be a non-profit along with USA Boxing. So what is it? CSAC known for making up there own laws and picking which ones they want to enforce. WOW TOTALLY CONFUSED ON THIS ONE
Steve Fossum is a great organizer and promoter etc. Nothing against this guy. Just want to know why he can be a for profit if everyone else is a non-profit. Need answers. Much props to Mr. Steve Fossum. Been here as long as I have.
DCA/CSAC Attorney Gary Duke confirmed to me 5-21-2016 that IKF is a for profit. Said the new law states you can be a sanctioning body don’t need to be a non-profit. So I said then why did you force USFL to be a non-profit they were a sanctioning body for light contact pankration. He said not what I have been told. He then said that now Steve Fossum of IKF has applied to be a non-profit. I said why you don’t need to be a non-profit. You just said that you don’t need to be a non-profit. He said for political reasons. All of a sudden he is switching to a non-profit for kick boxing only, when the new law says you don’t have to. That is strange. He wouldn’t do it for Amateur MMA now he is willing for only kick boxing. So confusing in California.
Did Andy “ISCF” Foster allow this because of ties between Steve Fossum and him in the past. Proof Below:
Why is only CAMO suppose to keep a reserve account of $40,000.00.
Why are they the only one using the weight test calipers. Not USA Boxing, Not IKF, Not USFL, why is selective enforcement being applied to CAMO.