|11-12-2012, 09:58 PM||#11|
Join Date: Feb 2009
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It's a long process..
you first need to attend local boxing clinics..link up with your city's LBC president..and get certified for the amateurs as a ref/judge..you'll start at level 1 and have to work your way up in the amateurs before going on to the pro's which will take quite a few years..
good luck..oh and in the amateurs..it's rare to get paid..so don't think you'll do it as a side job with pay..it's mainly volunteer work.
|11-12-2012, 10:10 PM||#12|
Join Date: Oct 2009
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there should be a form on your state govt website or USA boxing website you can fill out which, if approved, makes you eligible to volunteer to judge amateur fights after some training, clinics, orientation.
Thought I had the form for CA bookmarked, but i cant find it right now. Even before you fill that form out you could probably just go to as many am events as possible and start to ask familiar faces you see where these clincs might be. how you elevate into the professional ranks I'm not entirely sure but it will take a couple years of volunteer work before you prove yourself to be entirely competent and are able to network into the pro ranks.
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