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 Article  
Article 1
The ring shall be larger than 7.2m by 7.2m square shape, approved by the promoter.
Article 2
The length of a fight and the interval between each round shall be in the following manner.
Section 1.
Middleweight fight shall be five (5) minutes x three (3) rounds format. Middleweight tournament fight shall be five (5) minutes x two (2) rounds format with a five (5) minutes extra round. The interval between each round shall be one (1) minute.
Section 2.
Light Heavyweight fight shall be ten (10) minutes 1st round and five (5) minutes 2nd round format with a five (5) minutes extra round. The interval between 1st and 2nd round shall be two (2) minutes, and the interval between 2nd and extra round shall be one (1) minute.
Section 3.
The length and the interval between each round of a fight other than above-mentioned are determined by the promoter and should be described in the contract document.
Article 3
The costume and equipment shall be in the following manner.
Section 1.
The fighters shall wear open finger gloves provided by the promoter.
Section 2.
The fighters shall wear spat, boxer shorts, Judo uniform, Jiu-jitsu gi, Sambo uniform or wrestling singlet as a general rule.
Section 3.
Fighters may wear kneepads, elbow-pads, shin guards, tape and ankle supporter.
Section 4.
Any costume and supporters must be approved at the rules review done before the event by the competition officials.
Section 5.
Any costume and supporters must be approved by competition officials on the event day to ensure that the costume and the supporters are the ones previously approved.
Section 6.
Mouthpiece and a foul cup usage are mandatory for all fighters, and must be prepared by the fighter.
Section 7.
All costumes and equipments should not have any ornament that is decided harder than the surface of human body by competition officials. Also, all costumes and equipments should not have any kind of zipper, fastener, buckle and pocket.
Article 4
The use of gloves tapes and bandages to the fists shall be in the following manner.
Section 1.
Fighters may use tapes and bandages.
Section 2.
Only the bandages provided by the promoter shall be allowed to use.
Section 3.
The use of tapes that is twisted into a string is prohibited.
Section 4.
Fighters must visit the place specified by the competition officials to apply tapes and bandages, and must apply tapes and bandages under the observation of the competition officials.
Section 5.
All tapes and bandages must be approved and sealed with a sign by competition officials before the fight.
Section 6.
The official gloves for the fight shall be given to fighters by the competition officials at the entrance gate immediately before the fight. Also the official gloves shall be sealed then and there.
Section 7.
After the fight, all fighters must visit the place specified by the competition officials and put unsealing the gloves and bandages into the hands of the competition officials.
Section 8.
All fighters must return the gloves and bandages, unsealed by the competition officials, to the promoter after the fight.
Section 9.
When any illegal act is detected about gloves and bandages after the fight, the fighter shall be disqualified.
Article 5
The use of wrestling shoes shall be in the following manner.
Section 1.
Fighting with wrestling shoes shall be allowed when approved safe at the rules review done before the event by the competition officials.
Section 2.
Wearing wrestling shoes composed with hard material such as fasteners and zippers shall not be allowed.
Section 3.
The competition officials will check to ensure that the shoes are the same as previously approved, on the event day.
Section 4.
The shoestrings must be covered with tapes.
Article 6
Prohibition against use of Vaseline and cleat.
Section 1.
No substance such as oil, Vaseline, massaging cream, any kind of cleat to the bottom of shoes, the sole of feet and any part of the body, or anything of these sorts shall be applied after the official weighing until the fight ends.
Section 2.
Fighters shall not be allowed to apply any kind of hair product in the day of the fight.
Section 3.
When a fighter is found of using theses substances before and during the fight, it shall be removed immediately and the fighter shall be given a caution from the referee. Also, 50% of the fight fee shall be confiscated by the promoter.
Section 4.
It shall be allowed to apply ointment and et cetera to fighters' body when the official physicians admit it is necessary from a medical reason. In this case, the fighter must remove the ointment et cetera completely before the fight.
Section 5.
When any illegal act is detected about above-mentioned prohibition against use of Vaseline and cleat after the fight, the fighter shall be disqualified.
Article 7
The winner shall be determined by one of the following.
Section 1. Ippon
When give up, submission and/or forfeiture is expressed either verbally or by tapping more than three times on the mat or the opponent's body.
Section 2. K.O. (Knock Out)
When a fighter falls unconscious by striking, throwing or choking.
Section 3.T.K.O. (Technical Knockout)
(a) Referee Stop 
When a fighter is remarkably superior to the other and the referee judges the inferior is in danger if the fight continues.
(b) Doctor Stop 
When a fighter is injured by the opponent's legal attack and if the official physician determines that the injured fighter is incapable of continuing the fight, the injured fighter loses the fights. For the official physician's examination, a sub-referee takes the fighter's primary corner man to the neutral corner to inform him/her with the diagnosis and instruction. When the official physician determines the doctor stop is appropriate and required, the sub-referee explains diagnosis and fighter's condition to the primary corner man.
(c) Renunciation 
The fighter's corner men may stop the fight by “throwing in the towel". In case referee fails to see it, the judges may stop the fight.
Section 4. Judgment
The three (3) judges shall determine the winner based on the following elements: The top of the list is the most important as a descending order. The fighter whom evaluated as the superior by two judges or more shall be the winner.
(a) Damage
(b) Domination
(c) Aggressiveness
(d) Weight difference 

Judges evaluate fighters by 10 point decreasing system. When the points are even at the end of a fight, the judges determine the superior fighter reviewing whole progress of the fight. If the points are even as a result of point reduction for caution(s), the fighter who originally gained higher points will be considered superior.
Section 5. Disqualification
When a fighter is disqualified for some reason before, during and after the fight, the opponent fighter shall be recorded as the winner in the official record does not matter how the fight ended. For further information about disqualification, please refer to the article 19.
Section 6. Double Knockout
When both fighters become unable to continue their fight by legal attack at the same time, the fight ends in Double Knock Out and it shall be recorded as a Draw in the official record. In this case, “at the same time" means a pair of offence and defense, so it does not need to be the exact same moment.
Section 7. No contest
In case both fighters violate the rules, or in case the judges and/or the promoter decide to cease the fight due to an injury caused by an accident, or when an accident that has happened in the first (1) round causes either or both fighter(s) unable to continue to proceed with the fight, the fight shall be considered as No Contest.
In a tournament, when any of these accidents happens in the first round, the fighter who is able to continue fighting shall be treated equally as a winner.
However, in case the accident occurs during or after the second round, the decision for the winner shall be made accordingly to their performance during the first round and the preceding round(s) up until the moment accident occurred.
In a tournament, in case there is no winner for a fight because of no contest, or the winner of a fight cannot perform the next fight, the right to perform the next fight shall be given to the fighter according to the Article 17.
Article 8
The following actions are defined as illegal attacks.
A fighter executing a foul technique shall be given a caution and point reduction from the referee, and four (4) cumulative cautions in the fight shall result in a disqualification. However, the referee may immediately disqualify a fighter by showing him a red card, if the referee finds the foul technique being inflicted intentionally or with a malicious intent. Furthermore, 10% of his fight fee shall be confiscated by the promoter, per caution.
  1. Biting
  2. Attacking the eye, nose mouth and ear
  3. Head butting
  4. Attacking the groin
  5. Pulling hair, ear and nose
  6. Direct attacks to the throat with fingers/hands, such as attacking or grabbing the throat
  7. Striking the back of the head, the spine, and/or the medulla of his opponent. (The back of the head is the centerline of the head, and the side of the head and the area around the ears are not considered as the back of the head)
  8. Strikes with elbow and/or forearm to the head, or to the face of the opponent
  9. Kicking by a fighter in the standing position to the face and head of a fighter in the ground position (When both fighters are in the ground position, kicking to the face and head of the opponent fighter is allowed)
  10. Knee kicking to the face and head of a fighter in the state of any ground position including 4-point position etc.
  11. Attacking fingers (grabbing three or less fingers)
  12. Intentionally grabbing anything the opponent is wearing (not including Gi) (i.e. gloves, fighting costume, supporters, etc)
  13. Putting opponent's jacket into the state that is considered “not correctly worn"
  14. Attacking with jacket in the state of “not correctly worn"
  15. Attacking with belt
  16. Grabbing the ropes and corner post, hanging the limbs of the body hand(s), arm(s), leg(s) or feet, over the rope, or wrapping fighting costume around the ropes and corner post.
  17. Escaping to the outside of the ring during the course of a fight
  18. Throwing the opponent outside the ring
  19. Attacks that does not inflict any damage to the opponent or, action that induces deadlock/stalemate
  20. Exhibition of ill-mannered behavior or a malicious attitude as a professional fighter
When a fighter is damaged by any of these illegal actions and when an illegal action effects both fighters' position, the referee stops the fight, declares a warning and restarts the fight in the position immediately before the illegal action is done. When the referee decides an illegal action does not affect to the course of the fight, the referee declare a warning without stopping the fight.
Article 9
Recovering from damage caused by an illegal action shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
In case a fighter is damaged severely by the opponent's illegal action, the referee and the official physician shall resume the fight after the damaged fighter adequately recovers from the injury.
Section 2.
If the referee and the official physician judge the fighter is not capable of continuing the fight, the opponent who committed the illegal action shall be disqualified.
Section 3.
The referee has the right to restart the fight with the both fighter standing as needed.
Article 10
Applying “Stop! Don’tmove” shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
When fighter(s) are nearly falling from the ring or when the rope or corner post is preventing fighters from fighting, the referee declares, “Stop! Don't move", moves both fighters keeping the same position, and restarts the fight.
Section 2.
When it is difficult to reproduce the same position of the fighters or when the fighters fall from the ring, the referee restarts the fight with both fighters standing.
Article 11
The treatment when the costume tears shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
When fighter's costume is broken, become too loose or disordered, the referee stops the fight and asks the fighter to correct it, and the fighter must obey the instruction.
Section 2.
Only when a fighter's costume is broken and the fight is not running, the fighter may change his costume to another approved one, no matter if it is in a round or in an interval of rounds.
Section 3.
When fighter's costume is broken and the fighter does not have any suitable spar for it, the fighter shall wear the costume provided by the promoter.
Article 12
The treatment for deadlock shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
When one of the referee and judges decides there is no effective action between both fighters, the referee gives verbal caution to the fighters and requests to execute more effective attacking.
Section 2.
If there is no effective action within 5 to 10 seconds after the caution, the referee breaks both fighters and restarts the fight with the both fighter standing.
Article 13
Objection to decision of the referee and/or judges must be done in following manner.
Section 1.
The fighters and the corner men shall abide by any judgment or instructions made by the referee and judges. If fighters and corner men have any objection to the judgment, the objection must be in writing addressed to the promoter within 2 weeks after the event.
Section 2.
No third party can intervene this matter. If this article is violated, 10% of the fight fee shall be confiscated by the promoter as a penalty.
Article 14
Corner men shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
A fighter is allowed to have the total of three(3) corner men, including one(1) chief corner man and two(2) corner men, standing by the ring side.
Section 2.
The name of the three(3) corner men shall be registered prior to the event.
Section 3.
The corner men shall not leave their designated corner.
Section 4.
The corner men are not allowed to have a physical contact with the fighters and the referees in any circumstances during the fight.
Section 5.
Only one corner man shall be allowed to enter the ring while round intervals.
Section 6.
If any of the corner men violates this Article, 10% of the fight fee shall be confiscated by the promoter as a penalty.
Article 15
Pre fight and post fight medical check shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
It is mandatory for all fighters receive a doctor check before the fight at the venue.
Section 2.
The competition officials have the right to remove oil et cetera on fighter's body using dilute ethanol as needed.
Section 3.
When a fighter is overweight by less than 1kg, the fighter shall be given a caution and one point reduction. Furthermore 10% of the fight fee shall be confiscated by the promoter as a penalty. When a fighter is overweight by 1kg or more, the fighter shall be disqualified. The full amount (100%)of his fight fee shall be confiscated by the promoter as a penalty when the fighter is disqualified.
Section 4.
All fighters are obligated to submit to doping check upon the promoter's request in any occasion.
Section 5.
Testing positive for doping will result in penalties including disqualification, the confiscation of a title, prize money, and full amount (100%) of fight fee.
Article 16
The official physician shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
The official physician is allowed to stanch the bleeding of a fighter.
Section 2.
The official physician has the authority to make the referee stop the fight for medical reasons.
Article 17
The deliberation committee shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
The deliberation committee can protest against the decision of the referee and judges to improve the safety of the fighter and to improve the fairness of the fight.
Section 2.
The competition officials must disclose an official opinion or improvement idea in a document within two weeks when there is an objection from the deliberation committee.
Article 17
The right as a reserve fighter is given to the fighter defeated and played to a draw in the tournament.
However, the right as a reserve fighter is not given follows cases.
  1. If the fighter was Knocked Out by striking.
  2. If the fighter lost by Doctor Stop because of cut or any injury.
  3. If the fighter renounced by corner man's throwing in the towel.
  4. If the fighter was disqualified.
  5. When the official physician doesn't consider the fighter to be appropriate by the reason such as the injuries.
The fight as a reserve fighter shall be given to the fighter who won or played to a draw the reserve match. However, the right as a reserve fighter is not given in following case.
  1. When the official physician doesn't consider the fighter to be appropriate by the reason such as the injuries.
The priority of the reserve fighter is defined as the following orders. (The top of the list has the highest priority as a descending order.)
  1. The defeated fighter fought against the renouncing fighter.
  2. The winner of the reserve match.
  3. The defeated fighter who fought in the different block and the different order of the match.
    (ex. The reserve fighter for the winner of A block, 1st match is the defeated fighter of B block, 2nd match.)
  4. TThe defeated fighter who fought in the different block and the same order of the match
    (ex. The reserve fighter for the winner of A block, 1st match is the defeated fighter of B block, 1st match.)
  5. The defeated fighter who fought in the same block and the different order of the match.
    (ex. The reserve fighter for the winner of A block, 1st match is the defeated fighter of A block, 2nd match.)
Based on above-mentioned priority level, the fighter who has the highest priority of the right as a reserve fighter shall be allowed to fight to fill in for the renouncing fighter
Only when there is no proper reserve fighter for some reason, the fighter who was scheduled to fight against the renouncing fighter shall be the winner by default.
Article 19
Disqualification shall be in following manner.
Section 1.
When a fighter is disqualified for some reason before, during and after the fight, the opponent fighter shall be recorded as the winner in the official record does not matter how the fight ended.
Section 2.
When a fighter is disqualified, 100% of fight money shall be confiscated as a penalty by the promoter.
Section 3.
When a fighter is disqualified after a fight, the title and prize money acquired in the fight shall be confiscated.
Section 4.
An order for suspension for three (3) months or more shall be meted out to fighters who were disqualified the fight by the article 9 section 2 (an accidental illegal action).
Section 5.
An order for suspension for six (6) months or more shall be meted out to fighters who were disqualified by the article 8 (accumulation of penalties and malicious illegal attack).
Section 6.
An order for suspension for six (6) months or more shall be meted out to fighters who were disqualified by acting against the article 4 (rules about gloves and bandages), article 6 (rules about Vaseline et cetera), article 15 section 3 (rules about weighing) and article 15 section 4 and section 5 (rules about doping check).
Article 20
Any issue or circumstances not specifically stipulated in this rules, shall be resolved by a consensus among the promoter and the referee and the judges.
Supplement 1
The ground position means that any area of a fighter's body besides the bottom of the foot has touched on the mat continuously.
Supplement 2
The definition if a fighting costume is “correctly worn".
Jacket
A jacket is “correctly worn" when both arms of a fighter put trough both sleeves completely and its front and back is in the position that is originally supposed. (For example, if a fighter puts the back of his jacket covering over his head and face, it is not “correctly worn".)
Pants
A pair of pants is “correctly worn" when its waist is fixed on the fighter's waist and his legs put through its trouser bottoms completely.
Belt
A belt is “correctly worn" when it is rounded more than twice around a fighter's waist and its knot is not loosen.

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