Haw. Code R. § 16-74-159 - Points scored

Current through February, 2022

In order to arrive at a true conclusion, every point shall be carefully observed and noticed as rounds progress. The decisions of the officials shall be based on four items to be scored in the following order of importance:

(1) Clean hits and effective blows;
(2) Effective aggressiveness;
(3) Ring generalship; and
(4) Defense.

Sportsmanship shall be taken into consideration by the officials as well as the condition of the boxer at the end of the bout. The items listed shall not have the same scoring value. Clearly, a boxer who hits his opponent, is aggressive, and in control throughout the contest is entitled to more credit than the one who is merely defensive and shows ring generalship.

Notes

Haw. Code R. § 16-74-159
[Eff 10/2/81; am 12/8/86; comp 10/5/91] (Auth: HRS § 440-6) (Imp: HRS § 440-9)

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