About Us

Vision & Mission Statement

The vision of the Australian Boxing Commission is to set a universal standard in boxing, which boxing organisations and stakeholders will use to establish a positive and clear basis from. We believe bringing in a transparent foundation to boxing standards will boost the image of boxing, and set a strong sporting authority.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide an independent and professional authority to boxing. We focus on developing an ethical and principled organisation, to overlook all aspects of the boxing. The commission will enforce national and international standards, by way of independent administration and management. By providing an independent corporate body to boxing, the safety, professionalism, stipulation conformation and public perception will be raised to higher levels. This level will benchmark and encapsulate existing organisations to a level which the industry should be at.


Understanding the importance of conformation to standards is the core of our values, which are:
  • Integrity and trust
  • Safety
  • Transparent
  • Uncompromising standards
  • Accountability
  • Consistent
  • Respect

Sanctioning Body Compliance Monitoring

The Australian Boxing commission is an independent body, which aims to oversee various sanctioning title bouts. In doing so, we enforce:
  • All safety guidelines have been met, equipment is industry standard and compliant.
  • Medical reviews and drug testing is carried out in accordance with regulations and is controlled by the Australian Boxing commission, prior to and after the event.
  • Compliance monitoring prior, during and after the event.
  • Boxing officials, medical staff and judges are competent and certified.
  • Event management adhere to sanctioning title bout configuration.
  • Event management adhere to all standards set out by Australian Boxing Commission.
  • Boxing glove types are agreed to prior to the event, and event gloves are allocated before bouts.
  • Any illegal activity prior, during and after the event is reported to the local authority.