6. Age, Weight Divisions and Weigh-in
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6.1. Boxers must be at least 15 years old to compete under such rules and regulations.
6.2. Boxers must weigh at least 100 pounds and over to compete under such rules and regulations.
6.3. Boxers competing against each other must not be more than five (5) pounds weight difference.
6.4. Boxers must have at least three (3) hours of rest after the weigh-in, before the beginning of the bout.
6.5. Weight divisions should be divided as follows:
|Mini Fly Weight||105||47.62|
|Junior Fly Weight||108||48.99|
|Junior Bantam Weight||115||52.16|
|Junior Feather Weight||122||55.34|
|Junior Light Weight||130||58.97|
|Junior Welter Weight||140||63.50|
|Junior Middle Weight||154||69.85|
|Super Middle Weight||168||76.20|
|Light Heavy Weight||175||79.38|
|Super Light Heavy Weight||182||82.55|
|Super Heavy Weight||209||95.00|
6.6.1. The boxers must weigh-in without clothes on the contest day between 08:00-10:00 o’clock. The stadium manager may change the above timetable if reasonable.
6.6.2. Before weigh-in, the boxers must have their physical examination checked by a doctor to certify that they are physically fit to compete.
6.6.3. The boxer’s manager or his representative may witness the weigh-in.
Muay Thai Rules – The Fighting time
- Leg kicks and punches to the upper body, the legs and the head of the opponent with the shin, foot and heel
- Punches as Cross, jabs, hooks to the head and upper body of the opponent
- Hand back blows from the rotation to the head and upper body
- Elbow blows to the head, torso and legs
- Knee kicks to the head, the torso and the legs
- Clinch and striking techniques in the clinch
- Countering the leg techniques by holding and special counter techniques
- Muay Thai throws and lever on the thigh
- Blows to the genital area
- Kicking or hitting an opponent on the ground
- Shoulder – and Hip throws
- Holding the ropes in the clinch position
- Punching and Kicking against the back of the head and the knee
- Groin guard
- Muay Thai Shorts
- Boxing gloves
- Mouth guard
- Foot wraps to support the ankle (one per leg)
- Light flyweight 43 to 48 Kg
- Flyweight 48 to 51 Kg
- Bantam Weight 51 to 54 Kg
- Featherweight 54 to 57 Kg
- Light Weight 57 kg to 60 kg
- Light Welterweight 60 to 63.5 Kg
- Welterweight 63.5 to 67 Kg
- Half Middleweight 67 to 71 Kg
- Medium weight 71 to 75 kg
- Light Heavyweight 75-81 Kg
- Cruiser weight 81 to 86 kg
- Heavy weight 86 to 91 kg
- Super heavy weight over 91 Kg
An official Muay Thai Title fight goes 5 rounds of 3 minutes. Between the rounds 2 minutes for recreation must be observed.
- D Class 3 × 2 min
- C-Class 3 × 2 min
- B class 5 x 2 min (title fight) Normal: 3×2
- A-Class 5 x 3 min (title fight) Normal: 3×3
However, depending on the association and event vary the lap times a little. Some tournaments use only 1 minute break.
The full Muay Thai rules incl. Modifications for women and children can be found on the official website of the World Muay Thai Council.