Hybrid Fighting

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Class Weight Range
Flyweight Up to 105 lbs
Super flyweight 105.1–115 lbs
Bantamweight 115.1–125 lbs
Super bantamweight 125.1–135 lbs
Featherweight 135.1–145 lbs
Lightweight 145.1–155 lbs
Super lightweight 155.1–165 lbs
Welterweight 165.1–175 lbs
Super welterweight 175.1–185 lbs
Middleweight 185.1–195 lbs
Super middleweight 195.1–205 lbs
Light heavyweight 205.1–225 lbs
Heavyweight 225.1–265 lbs
Super heavyweight Over 265 lbs
MMA Weight Classes for Women
Class Weight Range
Flyweight Up to 95 lbs
Bantamweight 95.1–105 lbs
Featherweight 105.1–115 lbs
Lightweight 115.1–125 lbs
Welterweight 125.1–135 lbs
Middleweight 135.1–145 lbs
Light heavyweight 145.1–155 lbs
Cruiserweight 155.1–165 lbs
Heavyweight 165.1–185 lbs
Super heavyweight Over 185 lbs
HYBRID FIGHTING™ is a professional and amateur sport in which the athletes compete employing; techniques, physical strength, mental power, intelligence, and luck. utilizing; open hand and closed fist striking, kicking, throwing, submission techniques, and choking. Therefore the athletes observe the rules, and the matches shall be conducted with a sportsman-like attitude.

PANCRASE HYBRID FIGHTING™ Rules

No fish hooking.

  • No fingers in an opponent’s orifices. (Eww!)

  • No biting.

  • No hair pulling. (Besides, that’s so second grade.)

  • No strikes or grabbing of the throat.

  • No manipulation of the fingers or toes.

  • No intentional grabbing of the ring or cage.

  • No intentional throwing of your opponent outside of the ring or cage. (That stuff belongs in professional wrestling.)

  • Decision. If a fight lasts all rounds, the outcome is decided by three judges. Each fighting promotion has its own unique point system.

  • Disqualification (DQ). Think of this as a sort of “three strikes and you’re out” policy. Each time a fighter engages in an illegal move, he receives a warning. After three warnings, he’s disqualified. A DQ can also be called if a fighter has been injured by an illegal move that seemed intentional.

  • Forfeit. A fighter can announce a forfeit before a match begins if he’s injured.

  • Knockout (KO). knockout is when a fighter loses consciousness thanks to his opponent’s strikes.

  • No contest. If both fighters violate the rules, or if a fighter is injured by an unintentional illegal action, a no-contest call can result. No contest is rarely called in MMA fights.

  • Submission. If one fighter achieves a submission hold, the fighter trapped in the hold can call defeat by tapping out on his opponent’s body or the mat, or by making a verbal announcement. Some defeated fighters fail to tap out and become incapacitated. In such cases, the referee calls an end to the fight.

  • Technical knockout (TKO). A technical knockout, when a fight is ended by the referee, doctor, or fighter’s corner, can be called in a few ways. The referee can call one when a fighter is no longer defending himself, usually due to an effective attack by his opponent.

  • A doctor can also call a TKO if it’s clear that continuing the fight could be dangerous. And finally, a fighter’s corner can throw in a towel to admit defeat, resulting in a TKO.

Official Pancrase MMA Gloves™

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Comfort-fit 5oz grappling glove ideal for training. Pre-curved impact-dispersing foam protects knuckles. Soft finger compartments for comfort while grappling Secure hook & loop closure Durable engineered synthetic leather exterior