1. STOP when he wants the boxers to stop the fight.
2. BREAK when he wants the boxers to separate.
3. BOX when he wants the boxers to continue the fight.
In the case of the referee’s order to break, the contestants must separate themselves
first at least one step, then they can continue the fight.
11.7 The Referee must point out some rules to the contestants & chief of the boxer
seconds before beginning the first round.
ITEM 12 – DUTY OF REFEREE
The Referee has a duty to control the match according to the rules with justice.
ITEM 13 – POWER OF REFEREE
13.1 The Referee has the power to do in the ring.
13.2 To stop the fight when he considers that one has more skill more than the other.
13.3 To stop the fight when considers that the contestant has received severe injury
so that he cannot continue the fight.
13.4 To stop the fight when considers that the contestant does not really fight.
In this case, the referee may stop one contestant or both.
13.5 In any round of the fight, if the boxer is counted, & is ordered to box and
after though consideration that the counted boxer does not fully perform the fight,
the Referee has the right to stop the fight.
13.6 To stop the fight to warn the boxer when be does not box according to the rules
or by other reasons, thus to make justice in the fight and to really do according
to the rules.
13.7 To let the disobey boxer out of the fight.
13.8 To let the disobey boxer second out of the fight and if reasonable, may let
the contestant out of the fight also. (The boxer must responsible his own seconds)
13.9 To let the foul boxer out of the fight, whether being warned or not, or if considers
that such deed is to let him be defeated by foul.
13.10 The decision of h \ the referee in final without any appeal.
13.11 If the referee has made wrong decision, he can re-decide to correct according
to points recording cards.
ITEM 14 – COUNTING OF THE BOXER FALLING OUT OF THE ROPES
14.1 When any boxer falls out of the ring, the referee can count immediately.
14.1.1 If the boxer falls out of the ring, the Referee will count. If by counting
to 20, the fallen boxer cannot come up on the ring, he will be lost by K.O.
14.1.2 If the fallen boxer can come up on the ring before counting to 20, he can
continue the fight without losing the points counted.
14.2 When any boxer falls out of the ring is opposed by the audiences or held up
not to go up the ring, the Referee will stop counting and clearly warn and continue
14.3 When both the boxers fall out of the ring, the Referee will begin counting,
if any boxer tries to hold up by any mean, will stop counting and clearly warn the
continue counting. If that boxer does not listen, fines him as lost.
14.4 When the boxers fall on the floor by any mean, the Referee separated the boxers
first and stands in the middle and beginning counting.
14.5 In case of both boxers are counted, if one can stand up, stop counting that
one and counts the still fallen boxer.