The New York State Athletic Commission shut down an inter gender match at a show in Brooklyn promoted by Tier 1 Wrestling and Warriors of Wrestling. The match involved Jessie Brooks and Marc Hauss. Brooks regularly works matches against men in New York. But on Friday, as soon as the match started, the New York State Athletic Commission representative shut the match down claiming that men and women cannot compete in a wrestling match against each other in New York. Fans thought it was all part of the show but it wasn't. There is a law on the books as it relates to combat sports that men and women can't box against each other but there is no such law as it relates to pro wrestling. Apparently the New York State Athletic Commission has since said the rule was misinterpreted and it was a law regarding boxing. So they got that cleared up as the main event between Jeff Cobb and Daruis Carter was in the ring. The two were told to go longer than they had planned in order to give Brooks and Hauss more time to redo their match, which was put on last. Brooks won and all the wrestlers came out and banged on the mat when it was over. The promotion claimed the match was booked weeks in advance and the commission was told about it and they had time to review or make a ruling against the match.