International Fight Sports -,
(The parent company of the International Sport Combat Federation (ISCF) - International Kickboxing Federation (IKF And Many Other Fight Sport Companies.

"The Future For Sport STATS!"

What is 'Seeme Active Fight Sports?'

Quite simply, it enables you to permanently capture and automatically share your competitive results.

You can enter your results both through an iPhone app and through the
web site. You can share your stats, have results posted automatically to Twitter and Facebook, and even authorize others to add comments or even enter stats for you while you're competing!

Once your results are saved in Seeme Active Fightsports on the iPhone, results are automatically accessible in your account at - and vice versa. Friends and family can receive notifications of the newly added data and review results as they happen from any device with web access if they can't be there in person.

"When my students compete it usually takes a couple days to find out how they did, but with seeme active fightsports we can get their results as they happen at the event."
Cassio Werneck (R)
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion

Competitors currently keep track of their results in a number of different ways. Some save results in a spreadsheet, or in a Word document, or in email, or on Facebook. Others rely on promoters to post results. And some simply rely on memory. Many don't bother because there's no simple, permanent solution. And those who do use one of these ad hoc methods to keep track of their results complain that it's difficult to share with others, that promoters' sites (and their results!) go away, or that they've lost their data after a computer crashed or an account expired.

So how do you use it?
Easy! If you have an iPhone, go to the App Store on either your phone or computer, search for "seeme active," and download seeme active fight sports. With a couple taps of the screen you can enter your upcoming (or past) events and results and get a summary of your competitive history.

If you don't have an iPhone, just go to
create an account, and start entering your results!

Who can see my stats?
It's up to you. You pick who you want to see your stats and results.

And as mentioned above, you can choose to have your results automatically posted to your Facebook and/or Twitter accounts. This is great for easily letting others who couldn't make it to your event know how you did when it happened. If somebody wants all the details, like the round, the time, and the way you won a match (e.g. by a clock choke at 1:19 or round 2 in a BJJ or MMA match; by pinning your opponent 12 seconds into round 1 for a wrestling match; by decision in a kickboxing or boxing bout...), they can check out your results on from a computer, iPhone, or any other device that can view the web.

"As the world's largest sanctioning service for Kickboxing and MMA, it's important that we are able to verify the competitive histories and records for both amateur and pro competitors," said Steve Fossum, (R) President and CEO of International Fight Sports -, (The parent company of the International Sport Combat Federation (ISCF) and International Kickboxing Federation (IKF). Fossum explains, "The seeme active fightsports service will help us with the research we do for competitors in the events we sanction." He adds, "As a former competitor, I realize how important it is to be able to keep an accurate fight record that you can share with others, from friends and family to promoters, and the seeme active service makes it easy to do this regardless of the promoter or event. This is without a doubt The Future For Sport STATS!"

Do you have a tutorial and other info?
Yes - go to to read the tutorial and get other information about seeme active.

What other sports are supported?
The fight sports app supports Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, MMA, Kickboxing, Wrestling, and Boxing. There's an app for Football, and there is also support for Running, Walking, and Hiking. Support for more sports is currently underway!

Get Started Today With Seeme Active Fight Sports By Going To