In club fights or other types of UFC match, the referee may suspend the match if one of the two boxers is overwhelmed to the point of being struck repeatedly and unable to defend normally (this can happen in seconds) and fainting when locked up in the ring.
The doctor stops
The referee will ask to stop the game if he is unsure whether the fighter will still be able to play in a serious injury. The doctor will examine the wound to see if the person is still able to play safely. If not then his opponent will become the winner.
However, if this injury is caused by one of the taboos of the MMA law, the Organizing Committee will give a result of “No Contest” (Draw) or “Disqualification” (type), depending on the action is accidental or intentional.
The possible decisions in a UFC match
When the innings have ended without a winner, the points of the three judges for each round will be added up, and the boxer will have a higher total score than the winner. The jury members are separate organizations.
One side declares surrender before the game starts.
Every time he accidentally made a mistake on the ring or intentionally disobeyed the instructions of the referee, the boxer will receive a high scene. Three warnings will result in elimination. However, when a martial artist is seriously injured and cannot continue the game because the opponent intentionally broke the law, the offender will be disqualified.
No contest (draw)
In the event that both boxers commit a gross foul or are unable to continue playing due to accidents caused by unqualified techniques of the boxers, the match will be declared a draw.
It is against the law for boxers to commit the acts including head butting, poking your hand into the opponent’s eyes, biting, grasping hair, putting your finger in the mouth or into the opponent’s open wound, a strong attack on the spine, or behind the head, striking with the cross from behind, attacking the throat, strangling, scratching…
Besides, the rules prohibit kneeling on the kidney area, throwing hunger from the ring, spraying spit on opponents, holding your hand on the fence or wire, attacking an opponent when the opponent is under the referee’s reminder, attacking the opponent after the bell for the end of the half time, using insults against opponents in the ring