Last week I volunteered at a local fight card and observed a few Kickboxing fights, both Amateur and Professional. I have about three years of full-contact Karate under my belt. With more focus on cardio and flexibility, as well as familiarizing myself with ISKA rules, I'm confident that I would be able to at least hold my own in the Amateur Novice category. I have no intention of changing up my martial art, or even adding more than a couple drop-in Kickboxing classes to my training routine. I'm 100% confident that I could bring myself to the level of fitness required. I'm a goal-driven individual, so the goal of competing would give me motivation. The only issue is age. I'm 36 years old. There does not appear to be an age cap on the BC Athletic Commission website. Just a minimum age of 16 years old. I have no delusions about turning Pro, or even really competing beyond the Novice level. I just want a goal to strive for, and the experience. Do you think that this could be a realistic option for me?