Heroes Combat League Rules and Regulation

Guided by OGA and CCA


Medical Requirements


All fighters fighting for Heroes Combat League must abide by the medicals required by the Canadian Combat Alliance.


HIV tests 1 and 2

Hepatitis B, C

General Physical from a G.P.


Results must be presented at the day of the weigh ins,

license is given for 1 year.


Illegal and Legal Strikes, Targets and Techniques


Knees and Kicks;


NO KNEES TO FACE OR HEAD


NO FRONT KICKS OR UP KICKS TO THE FACE


NO SPIN HEEL KICKS


NO STRIKES ALONG THE SPINE, KIDNEYS OR BACK OF THE HEAD ,NECK OR THROAT. NO STRIKES AT GROIN,  KNEE LEVEL OR BELOW


Knees to the body and legs are allowed standing and on the ground wearing supplied knee pads



Punches;


NO ELBOWS


NO SPIN BACK FIST


NO HAMMER FIST


Straight, punches, hook, uppercuts etc are allowed


Elbows are allowed to the body only using forearm, no elbow tip


Ground Position;


NO HEEL HOOKS


NO NECK CRANKS


NO SPINE LOCKS


NO STRIKES ALONG THE SPINE, KIDNEYS OR BACK OF THE HEAD ,NECK OR THROAT. NO STRIKES AT GROIN,  KNEE LEVEL OR BELOW


NO SLAMS, no picking up your opponent higher then your hips and slamming



Note: Strikes to the shin are only permitted in an attempt to execute a throw or a sweep.

***Any contestant found competing within any

30 day competition suspension time will be terminated from league standings and be suspended from competing in Heroes Combat League event for one (1) year.

 

Victory by Technical Knockout

 A victory by technical knockout is declared when a competitor in ground position receives from a single to three (3) consecutive fully unprotected punches to the head from the opponent. The central Official is entitled to declare a victory by TKO, upon observing progression of match, he/she deems that the athletes cannot and should not continue.

 

Victory by Submission 

 A victory by submission is declared when a competitor admits his/her defeat either verbally or physically (by tapping the mat or the opponent with a hand or foot). The central Official is entitled to declare a victory by submission if, upon observing a submission attempt, he/she deems that the athlete caught in the submission hold will not be able to escape without harm.

 

Victory by Disqualification 

 A victory by disqualification is declared when a competitor is banned from the match or entire competition for any reason.

 

Victory by Default

 A victory by default is declared when a competitor cannot continue the match for any reason. Competitor must be declared unfit to continue by the Head medical officer, or does not comply with the present rules as far as competition uniform and protection gear. A coach may also default the competitor by throwing a towel onto the mat.

Victory by Forfeit

A victory by forfeit is declared when a competitor fails to appear on the mat or ring (cage) for the match.

Note: Competitors who forfeit a match without proper medical certificate will not be allowed to proceed throughout the tournament (even in other styles) and be withdrawn from the final rankings if any.

 

Rounds:

Each match will consist of three (3) rounds of three (3) minutes

Each round will finish with a ten (10) second warning with either a bell or knock

 

Championship Bouts will consist of five (5) rounds of three (3) minutes

 

Judging will be based on:

Ring or Cage control

Aggressive action, pushing the pace

Submission attempts

Striking Aggression

Wrestling Takedowns

Ground Control

Each round with a 10 point must system

 

Three Judges will base their decision, if any, on these above criteria

 

Protective Equipment:

All competitors must be wearing head protection, 7 oz gloves, shin and instep,

All to be supplied by Heroes Combat League

Mouth guard as well as groin protection will be supplied by each competitor.

Heroes Combat League

Ottawa, Ontario.

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