Conn. Agencies Regs. § 29-143j-36a - Referee

(a) The referee shall inspect each contestant's body and gloves to make sure that no foreign substances have been applied and ensure compliance with sections 29-143j-54 a to 29-143j-58a, inclusive, of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies.
(b) The referee may direct the combat area physician to approach or enter the combat area to examine a cut or other injury which may incapacitate a contestant. A call for a time-out shall be called during this examination.
(c) The referee shall be the sole arbitrator of the bout and is the only official that may stop a bout at any stage, disqualify a contestant or award the decision to one contestant under the following circumstances:
(1) The bout is too one-sided;
(2) A contestant is not in a condition to continue;
(3) One or both contestants are not competing in earnest;
(4) A major foul has been committed; or
(5) The combat area physician has determined after examination that the bout be stopped.
(d) The referee shall give instructions to the contestants and chief seconds in the contestants' dressing rooms.
(e) Before the start of each bout, the referee shall call the contestants and, if necessary, an interpreter, together for final instructions.
(f) The referee shall wear appropriate attire approved by the commissioner or such commissioner's authorized representative.
(g) The referee shall decide all questions arising during the conduct of a bout.


Conn. Agencies Regs. § 29-143j-36a
Effective November 6, 2015

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