Free Fighting competitions are held in two branches.

1.Amateur Light

2.Professional full



Veteran, age 45 - 56

Male: kg. - 56, -60, -65, -71, -78, -86, -95, -105, +105

Miss: kg. -50, -55, -61, -68, -76, -85, -95, +95

Seniors 18-44 years old

Men kg = 56, 60, 65, 71, 78, 86, 95, +95

Women kg = 50, 55, 61, 68, 76, +76

Youth 16-18 years old

Men kg = 56, 60, 65, 71, 78, 86, +86

Miss kg = 50, 55, 61, 68, +68

Stars age 13 - 15

Male: kg. -24, -28 –32, -37, -42, - 47, –52, -57, +57 (upper limit will not be over 67)

Miss: kg. -24, -28 –32, -37, -42, - 47, –52, +52 (upper limit will not be over 62)

Kids, age 09 - 12

Male: kg. -20 -24, -28 -32, -37, -42, - 47, -52, -57, +57 (upper limit will not be over 67)

Female: kg.-20 -24, -28 –32, -37, -42, - 47, –52, +52 (upper limit will not be over 62)


Tiny - Stars Amateur Light

2 Minutes 2 Rounds 1 Min. Intermediate (May vary depending on organizations)

Teens Amateur Light

3 Minutes 2 Rounds 1 Min Break (May vary depending on the organizations)

Seniors Amateur Light

3 Minutes 2 Rounds 1 Min Break (May vary depending on the organizations)

The finals are 3 rounds in 3 minutes.


In FREE FIGHT Light, controlled punch and kick can be hit on all body parts except genitals (groin), throat, eyes, nape and spine. An “uncontrolled” decision will be made for all techniques that exceed the target. It is free to restrict, hit or hold, by grabbing the opponent with arms or legs. If any of the competitors are on the ground, kicking is prohibited.

It is forbidden to hit on the little ones (09-12 years old). Finishing is prohibited. (discontinuation -TO or KO) For children, only fixing is allowed on the ground. (10 sec.)

It is forbidden to hit it by holding it in the stars (13-15 years old). All finishing techniques can be used, but finishing is prohibited. It can only be shown for technical points. (Locks etc.)


FREE FIGHT Light is free to grab or throw the opponent in any way. It is forbidden to put the opponent on his head or neck vertically (nail, suplex). It is forbidden to throw the opponent on his knees. Shooting that starts at the competition area is considered valid even if it ends in the security area. It is forbidden to push the opponent out of the security line. Takedown is deemed to be placed on the ground in any way by moving or pushing the opponent to remain in a position above the opponent, even if he falls on the opponent or stays standing. (download). Takedown is accepted even if the opponent falls to the ground for any reason.


In MMA Light, it is free to fix the opponent on the ground in any way, but only the competitor standing in the advantageous position earns points. It should take 10 seconds to immobilize. (5 seconds counting starts, 5 seconds counting referee). The prone opponent's hand-knee-up (crawling position) means he is free of immobilization and the referee stops counting. Counting is stopped if the immobilized opponent moves out of the competition area. The only exceptional position under which the contestant can earn points is in the "montage". (this position is to control the opponent's back with a double leg hook that we are used to from the "rear naked choke"). During immobilization, the athlete may change positions, and if immobilization is still in progress while counting, counting continues. The score of the last position is awarded.


In FREE FIGHT Light, finishing can be done by applying choking, locking, pressing, arm-bar. (FREE FIGHT Youth and adults) Hands cannot be kept on the opponent's face. If he notices that the contestant caught is in danger, the referee may stop an ongoing finish. This means that one point is deducted from the conceded contestant. The competition is not stopped with the appearance of a helmet or a mouthguard in ground fighting. The referee will freeze the position and place the helmet or the mouthpiece at the appropriate moment of the athlete on the ground. “Breakout” (strongly applied) joint locks are prohibited. Locks should only occur as a result of successive techniques. Locks made by lifting fingers are prohibited. When the finish is applied, the match does not continue standing. Ending ends the match.


At the end of each round, the linesmen write the score on the paper; The best fighter is written 10 points and the other 9 points, and if there is a significant difference, 8 points are written. Then they subtract the penalty points and write the total score in the result section on the paper. At the end of the match, each lineman collects the points awarded. If the two contestants are together, the 1st referee declares a contestant victorious in his qualifying matches.


Referee - One person

Judges - Three people (take their places as they are in KICK BOX)

Jury –Four people 1-Chief referee 2-Time referee 3-Announcer 4 –Doctor



Manages the competition. prompts the linesmen to inspect the protective equipment, make a greeting, start the competition with the command "fight". It can stop the match with a "stop" command if necessary, may warn, cut penalty points, disqualify. His shots raise his arm and signal. While signaling the immobilization by extending its arms horizontally, it starts counting for 5 seconds as close as the athletes can hear, then raises the contestants and gives points. The referee may stop counting 5 seconds before the counting ends, if there is a dangerous situation. This points to the jury desk to stop cutting, points out the voluntary exits from the area, and if the athletes grab each other, they separate it before a shot takes place. The Referee may stop the match and start standing while immobilizing if the position deteriorates and immobilization does not occur after the shots. He announces the win at the end of the match.


It evaluates athletes' techniques, controls, combinations, and conditions to give the score. It evaluates the validity of the immobilization and the signals given by the referee. Inspects protective equipment at the request of the referee. Fills the score sheet completely.


Jury; It consists of a time referee, an announcer (the announcer), the chief referee responsible for the entire competition, also the doctor, who only stops the clock with the signal of the referee and signs 10 seconds before the end of the round. The doctor's decision cannot be challenged.


Prohibitions in FREE FIGHT Light;

All uncontrolled strokes, talking during the match, killing time by avoiding the struggle, heading, hitting the shoulder, hitting the elbow, hitting without looking at the goal, turning the opponent behind without a clear technical practice, disrespectful to the opponent, the referee, the side judges. Shouting speeches of coaches and assistants, verbal intervention to the opponent or ring chief. Holding the shorts. It is forbidden to move by the threads of the ring or by the cage.


The doctor should be present throughout the organization and stay close to the venue. The decision of the athlete to continue in the event of a damage belongs to the doctor only. The contestant who cannot continue with the doctor's decision cannot continue in that tournament in any way.

Procedural Appeal

When a team wants to appeal against a decision, it must be submitted to the Central Arbitral Tribunal in writing within 15 minutes of the competition. The written objection must clearly address the problem. The objection is evaluated by looking at the camera images and is concluded immediately. According to the appropriateness of the objection, the repetition of the match can be made. In the event that one of the athletes does not appear in the match repetition, the defeated person is declared. The appeal fee of the federation must be paid openly. If the objection is found at the location, this fee will be refunded. The objection fee is equivalent to 20 dollars.

Clothing and Protective Materials Used in FREE FIGHT LIGHT AMATEUR Branch

Article 19- Free Fıght shorts, leggings (long-short) short-sleeved or long-sleeved sports t-shirt, socks, foot set used in kogi, muay thai, must be used with a mouthpiece (not mandatory for the little ones).

The jersey should wrap the body. Ladies should use breast protectors. Jewelry that can damage bracelets, necklaces, earrings, rings, or the like cannot be used. Competition protective equipment must be approved by the federation. It must be checked by the jury of the competition.

Rule-appropriate techniques in amateur light branch

All drownings (except closing the airway with hands)

Standing and on the ground, downloads and shots

Standing and drowning on the floor

All arm bar, shoulder locks, wrist locks

Foot and ankle locks (over 18 years old)

Kalf (calf) locks (over 18 years old)

Kick and Punch hits, knee hits


Illegal techniques in amateur light branch

Locks twisted on fingers and hands

Willing, throwing the opponent over his head

Voluntary maiming shots

Voluntarily maim bones and hand joints




Pulling hair

Pulling eyes, nose, ears, sticking fingers

Putting a finger in the mouth

Strangling with fingers (squeezing the throat)

Attack on small joints (fingers)

Holding less than 4 fingers

Keeping the voluntary patch or skin

Use lubricating oil spray cream or bandages bandages that are not permitted.


Points in amateur light branch

  1. High shot (above breast level) 3
  2. Shot (with two feet off the ground) 2
  3. Download 1
  4. Immobilized (fixing) 1
  5. Side immobilized (side fixing) 2
  6. Punch, knee, kick strokes 1
  7. Leaping, knee, kick, punch 2
  8. Every illegal act (-) 1

In accordance with the rules, the referees will point by pointing the corner with the score. Meanwhile, the match will continue to play. It will not be stopped.

The contestant with the most points at the end of the match will be the winner. In addition, the competitor is declared the winner because the contestant does not participate in the match.

In the final competitions, if one of the competitors reaches the 10 point difference limit, it will be announced as a winner.


Exit violations in tatami matches

Warnings must be made in all rounds during the match

  1. First (1st) violation or exit - Verbal Warning or 1st exit
  2. Second (2nd) violation or exit - Official Warning or 2nd exit
  3. Third (3rd) violation or exit - Penalty point -1
  4. Fourth (4th) violation or exit - Disqualification

Going out or going out means going out of line, even with just one foot. Standing on the line is not considered to go out. If the contestant is pushed out by the other contestant or is out of line as a result of a blow or kick, then the bounce is not counted. Whether the movement is going out is always determined by the referee or the majority of the decision is taken by the referees. Outward warnings will be kept separate from other breach warnings. The referee must stop the time indicating the match time while giving a warning or penalty point (minus point).


Rule violations in amateur light branch

1-Using techniques that are not allowed,

2-To prevent the competition or to escape from the competition,

3-To appeal to the referee decisions,

4-In case of injury, the coach entering the competition area,

5-Coach shouting tactics,

6-In every violation of the coach, the referee will give a penalty to the athlete.

7-Behavior contrary to sportsmanship, to leave the competition area,

8-If a contestant leaves the competition area (goes out of the field) without any blow from his opponent, this will be considered as “Intentional Exit” and he will receive a warning from the contestant referee. When the contestant goes out this way three times, he will lose one point. For the fourth time, the contestant will be disqualified. In the warnings made during the match, he will be informed that he can be disqualified.

9-Only one warning will be made to the contestant, followed by the normal punishment and disqualification procedure. However, in the event of unsportsmanlike behavior, it may be directly disqualified without being alerted the first time, depending on the seriousness of the contradictory behavior.

10- The competitor cannot mark the score. During the competition, penalties will be imposed on the coach, athlete, manager and the whole team for any behavior contrary to gentlemen. It may even be disqualified.

11-The trainer, athlete and manager, who disrupt the harmony of the match inside or outside the competition, for whatever reason, shouting, hitting, spitting, holding or attempting any of these movements, can be sent to the penal committee as well as the team is sent to the penal committee immediately. or disqualification.

12-Major and serious violations of the rules may result in an immediate penalty and disqualification of the contestant in certain cases. The Referee and Judges must make sure that the appropriate procedure has been followed in consultation with the ring official whenever they deem necessary to disqualify the contestant. At the same time, the contestant cannot receive points and receive warnings or penalties.


Getting Points

When the Referee sees a move that he thinks should be awarded, he does not stop the match at the same time, points to his score or decision. The 1st referee counts the points awarded by the linesmen and calculates the score to be awarded to the competition.



At the end of each round, the linesmen fill in the score sheet. The winner is 10 other 9, if there is a big difference, then they drop the penalty number. They collect at the end of the match. In qualifying matches, if the scores are equal, they will mark an athlete victorious using conviction.


Ground game

Active wrestling time on the ground is unlimited. If active wrestling stops, the referee warns the athletes. Another warning is given after 20 seconds. If there is still no change, it will stand up.

In case of falling from the ring in the floor game, the referee stops and reveals, takes the exact same position, and the match starts again with the middle referee command.


Stop Match and Time Out

Only the referee has the power to stop the match. A competitor may request a time-out by lifting his arm to check the injury if he is injured or to fix / tie his protective materials. If the referee thinks that this request will give the contestant an unfair advantage, or in any case create a disadvantage for the other contestant, the time-out may not be a break unless the break request is related to health and safety. Breaks should be kept in a minimum time. If the Referee thinks the contestant uses the breaks to rest or prevent the other contestant from scoring points, the contestant who makes the request may be given a delay warning. Only the Central Referee Board or ring officer can stop the match outside the ring. For this, they must draw the attention of the middle referee, who will call for a break.



If any of the contestants are injured, the contest must be stopped until a decision has been made by the contest doctor about whether the convicted contestant can continue the match. When the doctor arrives in the ring, he decides whether the injury requires treatment and this treatment should not exceed five minutes. In this framework, all necessary treatments should be completed within five minutes.

If the injury is serious and the doctor requires treatment, the doctor can say that the match should end. If the match must be stopped due to an injury, the referees

Who caused the injury,

Whether there is an intentional injury,

Whether the injured contestant has a deliberate mistake,

Whether the injury occurs as a result of using an unlawful technique,

Whether the contestant who was not injured did not break any rules, whether this contestant could be victorious,

If the injured competitor has violated the rule, they decide on the injured competitor to be victorious and disqualified for the injured competitor.

In addition, if the competition doctor reports that the injured contestant can continue the match, the referees make a decision on whether the contest will continue.


Referees giving points

The Referee shows the scoring corner by hand sign to show the competitor scoring as soon as the score is scored. In order to score points, the Referee indicates to the Judges by hand and the corner color.

The decision of the Referee and Judges can only be changed when a material mistake is made.

Collection error, the referee lifting the wrong side's arm, or the corners being mistakenly confused are considered material errors .

When the Referee gives a stop command and warns one of the competitors due to an illegal technique, the attacking contestant is not awarded points.

Warnings should be made clearly and loudly so that both competitors and coaches can easily hear and understand. The referee must stand opposite the competitor and give the warning.



In order to give the penalty point, the Referee asks for the clock indicating the duration of the match to be stopped first, the penalty point is understood and reported loudly to the contestant and the referee.



In the case of disqualification, the Referee should make sure that the appropriate procedure has been followed in consultation with the cushion officer.


Handshake - Catching Claims

Before and after a competition, contestants shake hands and shake their gloves. This practice is an indication of sportive and friendly competition.



The ring doctor must be present at the venue throughout the competition. Only the doctor decides whether the athlete can continue in case of injury. The athlete who leaves the game with the decision of the doctor cannot participate in the competition in any way during the tournament.

Note: This procedure applies to all styles.


Fainting, RSC, RSC-H, Procedure to Follow After Injury

If a contestant is injured during the match, the only person authorized to assess the situation is the doctor. If the contestant loses consciousness, only the doctor is allowed to remain on the cushion, in which case the doctor may seek help when he deems it necessary.

Note: This procedure applies to all styles.


Procedure for Fainting, RSC, RSC-H, Injury

If a contestant fainted during the match for any reason, or if the doctor stopped the match due to the athlete's inability to continue the match due to the trauma of the athlete, the athlete in this situation is immediately examined by a doctor and taken to an appropriate hospital or an appropriate place by ambulance.

*** A contestant is not allowed to attend another contest or match for at least 4 weeks after being unconscious if a contestant fails due to a blow on his head during the match or if the referee stopped the match due to the contest's head trauma.

*** If a contestant fainted due to a blow to the head during the match or the referee stopped the match due to the inability of the match to continue due to the head trauma of the contestant, this situation was repeated twice within a 3-month period , or the RSC-H of the contestant concerned. It is then not allowed to participate in another match or match for at least 3 months .

*** If a contestant fainted due to a blow on his head during the match, or if the doctor stopped the match due to the inability of the match to continue due to the head trauma of the contestant, and this situation was repeated three times in a row within a 12-month period, RSC-H of that contestant It is then not allowed to participate in another match or match for at least 1 year .

*** The competent doctor may extend the quarantine periods mentioned above if deemed necessary . In addition, doctors at the hospital may extend the quarantine period later, based on head scans and tests.

*** Quarantine period means the period when the contestant cannot participate in any Free Match competition, regardless of branch. Quarantine periods are minimum periods and can not be canceled until the wound / wounds taken due to head trauma are completely healed.

*** When the doctor stops the match by deciding not to continue the match due to the blow to the contestant, the referees will write Fainting, RSC-H or RSC on the scorecards. The situation will also be reported to the Ring clerk of the ring in question and written in the knockout minutes. This will also be the official result of the competition and cannot be changed.

*** Before the MMA continues after a break as stated above, the competitor in question must receive a report from the sports physicians that they have no objection to the competition after a special medical examination .

Note: This procedure applies to all styles.

Procedure to be Applied in Case of General Injury

Article 37- In cases of faintness or injuries other than RSC-H, the doctor can give the lowest quarantine period and advise hospital treatment. The doctor may require hospital treatment.

Note: This procedure applies to all styles.

Features of the Competition Area in the FREE FIGHT Light Branch

Mattresses, tailoring, etc… should be placed on a smooth and flat surface. FREE FIGHT Light matches, tatami, mattresses can be held in a square area of 10 × 10 meters or in 6.10x6.10 rings or in a cage.


Clothing and Materials Used in the FREE FIGHT Light Branch

FREE FIGHT Light athletes are required to wear shorts, paper, on-foot shin protectors, open gloves covering the thumbs (turtle model), mouthguard, hand wrapped with a single wrap tape. It is not mandatory to wear knee-high athletes. Ladies must wear breast protectors. It is mandatory to wear tights under the FREE FIGHT shorts (for male and female athletes). As the male athletes wear under long or short tights; female athletes are obliged to wear long tights. Ladies must wear t-shirts and chest protectors. Protective equipment and shorts and t-shirts worn in the competition must be in a federation-approved model and will be supervised by the jury. The mouthpiece should be tightly placed, the red color should not be femininity. The contestant athlete will not be allowed to fight with open mouth and mouthlessness. Male athletes must wear t-shirts in this branch. Stars, helmets are obligatory for minors. Helmets are not compulsory for young people and adults. It is forbidden to wear bracelets, bracelets, necklaces, earrings, pircing, rings and / or any items that may cause damage during the competition.


FREE FIGHT Light gloves:

1.It should contain 1, 0-1.2 cm pad on the hands

2.It should cover the thumb

3.The pad on the thumb should be 1-2 cm

4.The middle knuckles (second knuckle) of the fingers should remain in the glove

Rules that Coaches and Assistant Coaches Have to Follow During Competition

Coaches and Assistant Coaches must abide by the following rules:

There are two coaches behind the contestant. Only one trainer can enter the ring; When the match starts, both coaches sit and watch the match

For each athlete there is a trainer and an assistant trainer, subject to the following rules.

  1. The coach can withdraw from the competition on behalf of his athlete; If the athlete's condition is very bad, he can throw a towel.
  2. During the match, the coach and his assistant cannot be found in Octagon. Before each round, Octagon gave his stools, towels, buckets, etc. they have to lift.
  3. A coach or assistant violating the rules may receive a warning or the athlete and his team may be disqualified by the referee for their bad behavior.



The competition may end as a result of the following decisions:

Win with points ;

  1. With Tapout (i.e., given by the opponent) (Except for Sub-Little, Tiny and Stars. Tapout is allowed in Youngs, Seniors, Vetrans).
  2. Or, the contestant who gets more points by the majority of his line judges wins.
  3. Win by disqualifying the opponent ;
  4. After three warnings, three negative points, the match must be stopped. The opponent will be the winner of the match due to disqualification. In some difficult situations, the referee can make a disqualification decision after consulting the Ring officer before giving a warning penalty. For example, to injure or knock out the opponent with an illegal and deliberate hit, knocking the opponent after the stop command, disabling it,
  5. You are a competitor; insulting referees, opponents or coaches or engaging in unsportsmanlike behavior,
  6. Withdrawal and not playing matches;
  7. If a contestant declares that he / she cannot continue the match due to injury or other reason (throwing a towel, etc.), his opponent is declared the winner.
  8. Win by stopping the match ;
  9. If an athlete is unable to fight or protect himself, and if the other athlete has made an obvious advantage in the sport sense, the match can be stopped. The winner determines the middle referee. If a match is stopped because one of the competitors is injured, a decision must be made according to the existing rules.


Changing a Decision

All officially announced decisions are final and cannot be changed, except:

  1. If it is noticed that mistakes are made while calculating the points,
  2. If one of the Judges reports that he made a mistake and changed the corners (points) of the contestants; In such a case, the Ring responsible; In the provinces, the Provincial Arbitration Board discloses the official result after having the necessary meetings with the Central Arbitration Board in Federation competitions.





It is a FREE FIGHT discipline, the aim of which is to beat the opponent with all his energy and strength. It is necessary to hit the punches, kicks, knees on the ground, by focusing on the permitted targets, creating a strong contact quickly and decisively. In this combat style, standing and ground kicks are allowed. The stopwatch is generally not stopped. If the Referee commands the STOP, the match will be stopped. The duration of this competition is gross.



Professional Free Fıght events are held in an 8 meter diameter cage or preferably in a 4-string or 5-string Boxing ring. In any case, the floor mat should be preferred from materials suitable for athlete's health.



In FREE FIGHT competitions, athletes should be preferred in bermuda length shorts and lycra shorts that will not restrict the athlete in the network part techniques. It is mandatory to wear tights under the FREE FIGHT shorts (for male and female athletes). As the male athletes wear under long or short tights; female athletes are obliged to wear long tights. It consists of protective equipment, kogi, open-palm gloves (turtle model), and a femininity. Ladies must wear t-shirts (long or short sleeves) and breast protectors on their tops. Protective equipment and shorts and t-shirts worn in the competition must be federated approved models and will be supervised by the jury. The mouthpiece should be tightly placed, the red color should not be femininity. The contestant athlete will not be allowed to fight with open mouth and gums. In this style, male athletes will not wear t-shirts. They will not wear helmets.





FREE FIGHT Gloves should be red or blue according to the corner color. If there is no red or blue glove during the competition, black gloves may be preferred. In order to distinguish the athletes, bands indicating the corners of the athletes must be attached to their gloves.

FREE FIGHT gloves;

1 - 7.5 - 1.0 cm should be padded in the hands

2.It should cover the thumb

3.The L pad on the thumb should be 0.5 - 1 cm

4. The middle knuckles of the fingers should not overflow the gloves.




Finals and qualifiers

5 Minutes 3 Rounds 1 Min. Intermediate (May vary depending on organizations)




PROFESSIONAL FREE FIGHT: When the competitor is standing, he / she can hit the whole body except for the spine, neck, top of the head, throat, genitals, punches, knees, kicks (foot and shin). Elbow hits can be released upon agreement of the two sides. With only one or two fingers touching the ground, the same strokes are legal, but only the fist can be hit on the head. Knee free on the ground and standing body. Kicking from the ground up to the face is free. All locks and strangles are free.


It is legal in every style to hold and throw the opponent. It is free to hit during handling. It is forbidden to cling to ropes or cage. It is forbidden to lower the opponent on the ropes. It is forbidden to throw the opponent on his / her knees with his / her head on it. It is forbidden to hang on the ropes or use the cage to hold it.



All locks are scored in the process, in which he is in a better position and can hold for 5 seconds. All the upper positions are considered better (advantage), exceptionally the advantage in the assembly, albeit at the bottom.






The end of the match is free with strangulation, buckling, locking, pressure, arm, leg or foot locks (not fingers). It is forbidden to put your hands on the face of your opponent (mouth, nose, eyes). When the referee believes that it is dangerous for the athlete caught in the process of giving up, he can intervene and stop the movement and declare the other athlete victorious. When one of the athletes drops his tooth in the ground fight, the referee instructs the athletes to freeze in position, allow the gear to be put in place, continues the match.If the knee falls deliberately by the same athlete several times, the referee may end the match.



They give the athlete who is good at the end of each round 10 points to the other 9 points (8 points if there is a significant difference). They then write down the counts and penalty points and write the total score in the corresponding round column of the paper. At the end of the match, the result is obtained by adding all the rounds. If the scores are together in the knockout tournaments, the linesman should use his opinion. The winner is announced by majority vote. It is possible to write an appeal. After the appropriate fee is paid, it is written and declared immediately after the match.



He enters the cage / ring first, manages the match, starts the match with the command "fight", stops with the command "stop", separates a prolonged fight with the command "break", where the match automatically restarts after taking a step back. The referee separates the contestants from the prolonged struggle while standing, raises them from the prolonged struggle on the ground. When he is on the ground, after 3 punches with all the power hit by the top opponent to the bottom passive, he stops the match for Knock Out and declares the top winner. When the referee identifies a large power difference and / or excessive strain on one of the opponents, he can stop the match at any time of the match and declare the good winner. When there is a damage, he stops the match and calls the ring doctor to assess the damage.



The Judges evaluate the techniques, attack frequency, hitting the hit, effectiveness, reductions, fixing. The referee can ask the line judge for advice. They must fill in the score sheet completely. The name and surname of the referee must be found under the score cards.



The scoring that determines the result is as follows;

Downloads} with two legs off the ground 3

Shots} each technique 3

Fixing} each position 1

fixing} side control 2

Fist hits 1


Kick kicks (every hit on the legal target) 1

Knee kicks 1

Bouncing Kicking, Punch, Knee Kicks 2

Counting (from total score when the referee counts to the player) -1



Men kg = 56, 60, 65, 71, 78, 86, 95, +95

Women kg = 50, 55, 61, 68, 76, +76

The lowest age is 18.



In the event that both athletes leave the competition area, two options are taken into consideration when the referee stops the match.

A: If one of the fighters is in an advantageous locking position, a bounce is deducted from the other fighter and the match starts standing.

B: If none of the athletes are advantageous, the match starts standing.



It takes 3 minutes for the opponent who is damaged as a result of a wrong technique to recover and to continue the game with the decision of the doctor. It has a duration.

If an involuntary damage occurs before the first round is completed, the match is considered "no contest" (not played). If it occurs after the first round is completed, it is decided who is the winner based on the score of the first round.



It is forbidden for them;

- To hold the opponent's shorts or gloves

Keep the cage

To nail the skin



Pushing the front of the face (eyes, nose, mouth)

- Applying to the eyes, cheekbones, nose, and irritating, tearful creams, other than the chief referee allows.

All uncontrolled strokes, talking during the match, killing time avoiding the struggle, heading, hitting with the shoulder, hitting the elbow without agreement, knocking without looking at the goal, turning back to the opponent without the purpose of a clear technical practice, disrespectful to the opponent, the referee, the side judges. Coaches and assistants cannot shout and speak to the opponent or the ring officer. It is forbidden to hold the shorts.

IMPORTANT NOTE: All agreements between coaches are considered illegal as long as they are outside these rules, and the referee must apply the rules defined by the federation here as written.

The right to change all these rules belongs only to the founding president Mehmet ŞAHİN. No board of the federation can make changes without permission from the founding president.