Ways To Win

  • Submission:
    • When an athlete taps twice with hand or foot on his/her opponent, ground, his/herself
    • When the athlete verbally requests the match to stop or expresses pain.
  • Stoppage:
    • When the athlete claims to be suffering from cramps.
    • If the referee believes that the hold in place will cause the athlete serious injury.
    • If the doctor states that one of the athletes is too injured to continue match.
    • When an athlete suffers from uncontainable bleeding after being treated on two occasions.
    • When an athlete loses control of basic bodily functions or vomits.
  • Disqualification: See Penalties
  • Loss of Consciousness
  • Scoring:
    • The athlete who earns the most points will be declared the winner.
    • If there is a tie in the number of points, the athlete with the most advantages will be declared the winner.
    • If there is a tie in the number of points AND number of advantages, the athlete with the least amount of penalties will be declared the winner.
  • Decision:
    • If there is a tie in the number of points, number of advantages AND number of penalties, it is the overseeing referee’s duty to declare a winner.
    • The referee should choose the athlete who displayed greater offense during the match.
    • Random Pick:
      • If both athletes are accidentally injured in a semifinal or final match and the score is tied at the moment of the accident, the result is determined by random pick.