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JLBC Protecting the Fists

JLBC Protecting the Fists

JLBC Cadets To protect the fists, small open-fingered gloves were introduced to reduce the possibility of cuts on fists and increase the fighter's confidence to strike better, leading to a more exciting match.

In most professional fights, players have to wear 4 oz gloves. In some other styles, amateurs must wear 6 oz gloves for better protection of fists and wrists.

Avoiding Lengthy Fights

JLBC Cadets Time limits were established to avoid long fights with less action and unpredicted airing of live events. In most professional fights, there are three rounds of 5 minutes each. In championships, the arguments usually are five rounds of 5 minutes each.

A Japan-based organized Pride Fighting Championships held an opening 10-minute round followed by two shorter 5-minutes rounds. A fighter can stomp, kick, and use knee strikes to the head but cannot strike with the elbow on the head.

The rules may differ from Championship to Championship. In a Singapore-based organization, the ONE Championship allows kicks and knees to the head and elbow strikes to the head but prohibits head stomps.

JLBC Victory

JLBC Cadets A fighter is declared as the winner, either by the judges or a stoppage by the referee in the following cases:

JLBC Cadets If a soldier isn't able to defend himself

JLBC Cadets By the fight doctor, if there is some injury

If someone submits himself

By a competitor's corner man throwing in the towel

By knockout

JLBC Mixed Martial Arts

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