15.1 Three judges must sit at each side of the ring separate from the audiences.
15.2 Each judge is free in consider points within the rules.
15.3 The judges must pay attention to both the boxers only.
15.4 The judges must give points to each boxer in points recording card, after end
of each round. Then total up the points after the fight and write the name of the
winner with his signature in the points recording card, then give to the Referee.
15.5 The points announcing will be done only in Championship title contest.
ITEM 16 – THE TIME – KEEPER
The specify duty of the Time-Keeper is to keep time of each round, amount of round,
interval time during the round, and stopping time when the Referee gives signal without
mistake by following procedures:
16.1 Must sit on one side of the ring.
16.2 5 seconds before each round, must clear the ring by giving signal to let the
seconds out of the ring.
16.3 Giving signal of starting – ending each round by striking the bell.
16.4 Stopping the time while temporary pause or when the Referee orders.
16.5 Keeping correct time every period by portable watch or stop-watch.
16.6 Giving manual signal to the Referee every seconds the Referee counts when the
boxer is fallen down.
16.7 At the end of the round which is not final, if there is a boxer falling or the
Referee is counting, when the time finishes (3 min.), the bell must not be struck,
the striking of bell when the Referee order “Box”
16.8 At the end of final round, if there is a fallen boxer and the Referee is counting,
when the time finishes (3 min.), the Time-Keeper must strike the bell immediately.
ITEM 17 – THE DECISION
Must be done according to the following rules:
17.1 Wins by Knock Out is the contestant falls on the floor or stands holding the
rope losing consciousness on the rope, cannot fight or protect himself within 10
seconds, i.e. when the Referee counts to 10.
17.2 Wins by Technical Knock Out is as follows:
17.2.1 When the opponent is disadvantaged and badly injured and may be more dangerous.
17.2.2 When any boxer cannot perform his fight, after interval during the rounds.
17.2.3 Or if the boxer is injured, i.e.
220.127.116.11 When the referee considers the wound not less than 2 cm. (About 3 stitches)
18.104.22.168 If the Referee is not sure, he may consult the stadium doctor.
17.3 Winning by points. After fight end, the Referee collects his own recording card
and from the judges at both sides, and decides the boxer who has most points is the
17.4 If both boxers received severe injuries, so that both of them cannot perform
the fight, and have agreed to get the results before the fight, if the fight, has
been performed not more than half of the specified round, the decision will be draw,
if the fight more than half of the specific round, the decision will be according
to the points.