MMA RULES

MIX MARTIAL ART RULES

MMA levels

A level – professionals
The duration of the fight – there is three rounds, every round is 5 minutes in duration with a one-minute rest period in-between rounds.

B level – advanced MMA amateur ( MMA Semi pro – upcoming MMA prof,)
Duration – two rounds of 5 minutes, with a one-minute break among them.

C level – begginers
The duration of the fight is two rounds of 4 minutes, with a one-minute break between them.

Weight categories:

U – 10 (up to 10 years old children) up to 30 kg .; Up to 34 kg .; Up to 38 kg .; + 38 kg .

U – 12 (children 11 and 12 years old) up to 38 kg .; Up to 41 kg .; up to 44 kg .; up to 48 kg .; up to 52 kg .; up to 56 kg.; + 56 kg.

U – 14 (children 13 and 14) up to 41 kg .; up to 44 kg .; Up to 48 kg .; Up to 52 kg .; Up to 56 kg .; Up to 61 kg .; Up to 66 kg.; + 66 kg.

U – 16 (15 and 16 years old children) up to 52 kg; up to 56 kg.; Up to 61 kg .; Up to 66 kg .; Up to 70 kg .; Up to 77 kg .; + 77 kg.

U-18 (17 and 18-year-olds) up to 56 kg .;up to 61 kg .; Up to 66 kg .; Up to 70 kg .; up to 77 kg .; up to 84 kg .; + 84 kg.

Adults + 19 years old – up to 61 kg .; up to 66 kg .; up to 70 kg .; Up to 77 kg .; up to 84 kg .; Up to 93 kg .; +93 kg.

Girls / Women.:- up to 52 kg .; up to 56 kg .; up to 61 kg .; Up to 66 kg .; up to 70 kg.; +70 kg.

Girls-women can also fight MMA wrestling, the scoring system is equally forbidden by all the shocks (legs and MMA gloves are not used).

Prohibited TechniqueProhibited in all levels:

  1. Foot punches to the head in the parterre;
  2. Heah to head punches.
  3. Punches to the joints.
  4. Painful actions to the hands or legs fingers, the backbone, neck fracture.
  5. To pull the hair, to poke the eyes
  6. Punches to the back of the head, backbone.
  7. Punches to the neck or trachea;
  8. To put your fingers at the opponent’s place (between the cleft, between the clavicle and the ribs);
  9. To throw an opponent on the floor on the head or neck;
  10. To hold the groove or frame in fight cage, to hold the ropes in boxing ring.
  11. Grab your opponent’s shorts or gloves;
  12. To continue the painful act if the fight was stopped.
  13. To throw away teeth protection on purpose.
  14. Use liniment, oils, or any other material that turns the body into a skid. Before you enter the combat area, you can apply vaseline to your face by observing the referrer or doctor.

For level B athletes, additional unauthorized actions:

  1. To strike the head in a standing position.
  2. To strike with elbow or forearm to the head.
  3. Painful foot action – helix rotation;
  4. Defend the tatami when the opponent is above the waist.
  5. Retrieve the athlete from lying above his waist and hit the tatami

For C-level athletes, additional unauthorized action:

1.Athletes who are actively involved or have attended Level A (in professional) and have more than 3 victories and are known as the same professional athletes – participation is prohibited.

  1. Helmets up to 17 years are mandatory, children under 15 years of age. In the fight, you must wear helmets with groves.
  2. Strike the opponent in the head with his hands;
  3. Strike the knee or leg on the floor;
  4. Hand, foot, elbow or knee to face the opponent;
  5. Painful foot action – helix rotation;
  6. Take the athlete out of the sleeping position above his waist and hit the tatami
  7. Throw the opponent on the floor grasping only the head / neck.
  8. Blow your head against the road.

Disqualification

The
Athlete may make two warnings for prohibited actions during the fight. After receiving the third warning, the athlete is disqualified, the victory is awarded to the opponent. If an athlete makes a gross violation, the referendum has the right to disqualify him immediately. 
An athlete loses some of the points collected for violations. 
The sportsman who has suffered damage due to the unauthorized technique has 2 minutes to recover, after which the fight is continued. 
-The referee has the right to disqualify – if the athlete does not obey commands and insults or uses physical force before a referral.

Stopping thefight 

Fighting is hammered by a reference or a male. The judge has noticed a mistake in the referrer or in protecting the athlete’s health. Due to the suppression of the fight, the referendum can consult a physician and a male supervisor. judge

Fighting to the stand. 

The fight for the stand is under construction in the following cases:

  1. Fighting in the cliff without any action (both athletes get in touch and show no intensity or attempt to take the initiative);
  2. Fighting the parter in no action (both athletes get in touch and show no intensity or attempt to take the initiative).

Victory

  1. For – painful (arm, leg) action or strangulation

– After painful (arm, leg) action or strangulation – after the opponent has given – three or more palms on the opponent’s part of the body or tatami, or when spreading the pain of pain (stop, and etc.).

– A referral stops the fight for a painful act that can cause injury or strangulation, during which the opponent may lose consciousness.

  1. For the slaughter

– After the slaughter – the opponent takes a hit, after which he can no longer continue the fight.

– After a technical slaughter, the referral has the right to stop the fight by protecting the athlete’s health when one of the fighters clearly dominates the strikes and the opponent can no longer defend adequately.

– In the event of a passing team (year in the tournament).

  1. By decision of the
judges,

The judges decide – if at the end of the fighting there was no painful act, strangulation or slaughter. A team of judges must have at least two people.

Judges value: 

throws, strokes (damage done), opponent’s control at parter (attempts to perform painful actions, whispering), dominance and activity in the fight.

The referee evaluates each round individually.

The final outcome of a fight depends on the sum of all points collected in the round.

The sum is divided evenly, in the course of the tournament fight there are leveled, and during the championship – an additional round is given. If, after an extra round, the result is equal, the Chief Judge must declare the winner after consulting the other judges.

For example:

Round 1: The blue corner is 10, the red corner is 9;

Round 2: the blue corner is 9, the red corner is 10;

Round 3: The blue corner is 10, the red corner is 8;

Winner: in the blue corner.

The points are divided by 8 to 10 points:

– if the fight took place equally – for both athletes 10 points are awarded;

– if the fight was slightly superior to one, then the winner of the round will be awarded 10 points and the loser will be 9;

– If the advantage is significant, then the winner is awarded 10 points and the loser is 8.

The fight is declared false when the referendum must stop the fight for reasons independent of the athlete.

The victory is announced without a rival.

– The Athlete is declared the winner when the competitor refuses to fight, does not start the fight or does not appear in a ring / cage after the last time he has been invited.

The decisions of the referendum and the judges can not be further considered (a complaint about the judiciary to be submitted to the founding magistrate during the fight or after the fight, pending a decision).

Secondary team. 
A combatant must have one or two seconds people. 
The second team can only be on the athlete’s side for the entire round. 
The second team can enter the combat area only between rounds and after the fight. 
The second team can not physically intervene during a fight. When giving advice to your athlete, the seconds must respect the rival and the opponent’s team, they can not screw away.

The wrestler must:

  1. Participate in the weighting before the competition;
  2. Participate in the explanation of the rules before the competition, along with their second-hand, coaches;
  3. Participate in a medical check-up before the competition;
  4. Participate in photo sessions, in a general photo after the competition 
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  5. The participant must have a doctor’s permission to take part in the competition, must be insured

Clothing and protection

– Girls in combat must additionally wear chest protectors and MMA / grepling T-shirts;
– Ribbons can only be used in the places of the hands covered with gloves;
– During combat MMA shirts and long pants can be worn only with the consent of the organizers.
– Being protected by the knee, ankle or elbow can only be with the consent of the organizers. This equipment must be soft material that can not injure a competitor.

CLOTHING AND PROTECTION 

Free – MMA sports shorts.
Necessary protection that must be made by all participants:

bandage (cross-guard);
kappa (dental protection);
foot protection (soft);
classic MMA gloves;

– Girls in combat must additionally wear chest protectors and MMA / grepling T-shirts;
– Ribbons can only be used in the places of the hands covered with gloves;
– During combat MMA T-shirts and long trousers can be worn only with the consent of the organizers.
– Being protected by the knee, ankle or elbow can only be with the consent of the organizers. This equipment must be soft material that can not injure a competitor.

Note: It is desirable that the teams of the participants should have their feet protected, MMA gloves, helmets to group 18 fighters are required.

Note: According to MMA Semi pro /B-level helmet is not used !!

Note: + 19 years old, helmets are not forbidden; each athlete chooses a helmet or not, regardless of what his opponent chooses.

CONTRACTORS 

Athletes, coaches and team leaders IN THEIR COMPETITION RECOGNIZE that they are familiar with and agree to all the above-mentioned regulations and requirements.