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Rule 16: Violation Of Rules

The boxer who intentionally behaves in the following manners is considered violation the rules.


16.1 Biting, eye poking, spitting on the opponent, sticking out tongue to make faces, head butting or striking to the groin.


16.2 Throwing, back breaking, locking the opponent arms, using Judo and wrestling techniques.


16.3 Falling over or going after the falling down or getting up opponent.


16.4 Rope grabbing to fight for other purposes.


16.5 Using provocative manners and words during contest.


16.6 Disobeying the referee’s orders.


16.7 Knee striking at the opponent’s protective cup, e.g. neck holding for knee striking at the protective cup, straight knee striking at the protective cup or jumping knee striking at the protective cup. For these violations, the referee has the right to allow a resting time-out not more than five (5) minutes for the boxer whose protective, the referee shall declare him as the loser or “no decision” .


16.8 Catching the opponent’s leg and pushing forwards more than two (2) steps without using any weapon. The referee shall order him to stop and gives him a warning. After two warnings, the referee shall caution him.


16.9 After kicking with his kicking leg being caught, the boxer pretends to throw himself down on ring floor. It is considered taking advantage over his opponent. The referee shall give him a warning. If the boxer reposts the action and the referee has given him two warnings, the referee shall caution him.


16.10 When both boxers fall out of the ring and either boxer tries to delay the action.


16.11 Using forbidden substances as specified by board of boxing sport.


16.12 Violation one of the rules.

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