6. Age, Weight Divisions and Weigh-in
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.