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ISFA Sport SHOOTFIGHTINGÒ Rules

  1. Divisions: light: 165 lbs & under, middle: 166 to 199, heavy: 200 & above, and women’s. light weight & middle weight.
  2. 1 point awarded for a controlled punch or kick to the torso.
  3. Kicks to the legs are allowed but do not count as points.
  4. 3 points awarded for technique takedown resulting in a submission hold. 2 points for a throw, (  hip toss arm, head, leg drag ) 1 point for single or double leg takedown.
  5. 2 points for a submission hold from the ground.
  6. 1 point awarded for a technique reversal.
  7. There will be 2 warnings for illegal techniques. The 3rd infraction will disqualify the competitor.
  8. Fights consist of one 3 minute round (non-stop).  Referee may stop the fight at any time.
  9. No eye gouging, hair pulling, no groin strikes, no techniques against the windpipe.  No kicks to the front or side of the knee.  No knee or elbow strikes.
  10. Fighters cannot run out of the ring to avoid attack.
  11. Once one opponent’s knee touches the ground the opponents must grapple or stand and fight.  No striking a downed opponent.
  12. Fighter may win by points or submission. The referee may also end the fight if he determines the fighter is unfit to continue. 
  13. Fighters may use takedowns (No Suplex’s), any type of joint-lock, and chokes to the side of the neck (No chokes to windpipe).
  14. If fighters are deadlocked on the ground the referee may stop and stand the fighters up upon his discretion.
  15. If fighters go beyond the mat the referee will stop the fight and restart in the center (standing).
  16. If a fighter is unable to continue to fight he forfeits the fight.
  17. Fighters must wear ISFA approved grappling gloves, foot protection, cup & mouthpiece. You cannot compete with out the required equipment!
  18. Fighters that "Escapes" hold by leaving the ring twice loses.
  19. No points for blocking a submission hold.
  20. No head contact AT ALL!!

 

ISFA Amateur SHOOTFIGHTINGÒ Rules

  1. 3-5 minute rounds.
  2. All fighters must be trained and licensed by the ISFA.
  3. All referees must be trained and licensed by the ISFA.
  4. All fighters must wear an ISFA approved 7oz. grappling gloves.
  5. No striking a down opponent.
  6. No face or head contact with hands, or feet.
  7. No elbow strikes. No knees strikes.
  8. No eye gouging, hair pulling, no groin strikes, no techniques against the windpipe.  No kicks to the front of the knee.
  9.  Punches to the body and kicks to the legs and torso are legal.
  10. Fighters may use takedowns, any type of joint-lock, and chokes to the side of the neck (No chokes to the windpipe).
  11. Once one opponent’s knee touches the ground the opponents must grapple or stand up and fight.  No striking  a downed opponent.
  12. Mouthpiece, cup, kneepads & footpads are required.
  13. No standing count.
  14. If fighters are deadlocked referee will give a ten second count then stand both fighters, at his discretion.
  15. Fighters may win by points or submission.  The referee may also end the fight if he determines the fighter is unfit to continue.  At the end of the 3rd  round if both fighters have equal points the match is considered a draw.

ISFA Competition SHOOTFIGHTINGÒ Rules

  1. 3-5 minute rounds.
  2. All fighters must be trained and licensed by the ISFA.
  3. All referees must be trained and licensed by the ISFA.
  4. All fighters must wear an ISFA approved 7oz. grappling gloves.
  5. No striking a down opponent.
  6. Face or head contact with hands, or  feet is allowed.
  7. No elbow strikes.  Knees to the body & leg are allowed with knee pads on.
  8. No eye gouging, hair pulling, no groin strikes, no techniques against the windpipe.  No kicks to the front of the knee.
  9. Knees to the body, punches to the body and kicks to the legs and torso are legal with knee pads on.
  10. Fighters may use takedowns, any type of joint-lock, and chokes to the side of the neck (No chokes to the windpipe).
  11. Once one opponent’s knee touches the ground the opponents must grapple or stand up and fight.  No striking  a downed opponent.
  12. Mouthpiece, cup, kneepads & footpads are required.
  13. No standing count.
  14. If fighters are deadlocked referee will give a ten second count then stand both fighters, at his discretion.
  15. Fighters may win by points or submission.  The referee may also end the fight if he determines the fighter is unfit to continue.  At the end of the 3rd  round if both fighters have equal points the match is considered a draw.

 

 

 

                                           Shootfighting® Event Results
USC XX
October 15,2016

MAIN EVENT 

  Amateur Middleweight Title

Billy Salmons (winner)

Lewis Brewington

 

Juan Raffo (winner)

Nick Sanchez

 

Kristen Froehlich (winner)

Crystal Rammage

 

Juan Cuadros (Draw)

Nick Van Dine  (Draw)

 

Anthony Franco ( winner )

Ben Hedricks

 



USC XIX
June 20,2015

MAIN EVENT 

  Amateur Lightweight Title

       Pierre Akers (winner)

      Chris Bouchard

 

Danny Camargo (winner)

Lewis Brewington

 

 Brian Fitzgerald (winner)

Chris Regeta   (forfeit)

 

Sydney Brewington (winner)

Dan Platts

 

Eric Torres ( winner )

Russell Palanzo

 

Cody Stacy   (Winner)

Hector Noguera

 

 

 

 

 

 



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