Nev. Admin. Code § 467.698 - Fouls: Intentional

1. If the referee determines that a contest or exhibition may not continue because of an injury caused by an intentional foul, the unarmed combatant who committed the intentional foul loses by disqualification.
2. If the referee determines that a contest or exhibition may continue despite an injury caused by an intentional foul, the referee shall immediately inform the Commission's representative and the judges and shall deduct two points from the score of the unarmed combatant who committed the intentional foul.
3. If an injury caused by an intentional foul results in the contest or exhibition being stopped in a later round:
(a) The injured unarmed combatant wins by technical decision, if he or she is ahead on the scorecards; or
(b) The contest or exhibition must be declared a technical draw, if the injured unarmed combatant is behind or even on the scorecards.
4. If an unarmed combatant injures himself or herself while attempting to foul his or her opponent, the referee shall not take any action in his or her favor and the injury must be treated the same as an injury produced by a fair blow.
5. If an unarmed combatant sustains a head cut from a headbutt or an intentional foul, the referee has the discretion to suspend the round to allow the injury to be addressed by the ringside physician and resume the round after the injury has been addressed.

Notes

Nev. Admin. Code § 467.698
Added to NAC by Athletic Comm'n by R070-01, eff. 8-31-2001; A by R062-16A, eff. 9/9/2016
NRS NRS 467.030

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