Rule 15: Scoring Procedure

Professional

It must be done as the following criteria:

 

15.1 When the boxer uses his fists, feet, knees, and elbows as Muay Thai fighting weapons to attack his opponent powerfully, accurately, unprotected, and accordingly to the rules.

 

15.1.1 Scoring Procedure:

 

15.1.1.1 The boxer who can do more damage to his opponent by Muay Thai fighting weapons wins the round.

 

15.1.1.2 The boxer with more heavy, powerful, and clear attacks on his opponent Muay Thai fighting weapons wins the round.

 

15.1.1.3 The boxer with more attacks on his opponent by Muay Thai fighting weapons wins the round.

 

15.1.1.4 The boxer who shows more better offensive and aggressive attacks wins the round.

 

15.1.1.5 The boxer who shows better offensive skill, defensive skill, elusive skill, or counter attacking skill by Muay Thai arts and techniques wins the less wins the round.

 

15.1.1.6 The boxer who violates the rules less wins the round.

 

15.1.2 The scoreless criteria are as follows:

15.1.2.1 The boxer violation any rule when using his Muay Thai fighting weapons.

 

15.1.2.2 Those Muay Thai fighting weapons attack the opponent’s arm(s) or leg(s) as his self-defense techniques.

 

15.1.2.3 The attack is light, without power from body weight behind it.

 

15.1.2.4 The boxer kicks his opponent on target, but his kicking leg is caught by his opponent to throw him down on the ring floor, the kicker scores a point. However, if the kicker with his kicking leg caught by opponent pretends to fall down on the ring floor he is considered guilty of violating the rules.

 

15.1.2.5 Throwing the opponent down on the ring floor without using any Muay Thai fighting weapons.

 

15.2 Scoring systems for the contest:

 

15.2.1 Full ten (10) points are given to the winner of the round and his opponent may be given 9-8-7 points in proportion. However, the point is not given in fraction (10: 9-8-7).

 

15.2.2 For an even round, both boxer score full ten (10) points (10:10).

 

15.2.3 The winner scores ten (10) points and the loser scores nine (9) points (10:9)

 

15.2.4 The winner of a round with his opponent having been counted once in that round scorer ten (10) points and the loser eight (8) points (10:8).

15.2.5 The clear winner of a round with his opponent having been counted once in that round scorer ten (10) points and the loser seven (7) points (10:7).

 

15.2.6 The winner of a round with his opponent having been counted twice in that round scorer ten (10) points and the loser seven (7) points (10:7).

 

15.2.7 The boxer who has been cautioned must not get full ten points in that round. The referee’s caution can cost one (1) point each.

Amateur 

Amateur boxers will score the same as WBC standards with the difference of elbow pads and/or shin guards and head gear.

Elbows, knees and kicks to the head will be allowed. 

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