What are the rules of Olympic boxing?
the boxing competition in the Olympic Games adopts the single defeat elimination system, and all opponents are determined by drawing lots. Weighing is required on the first day of the game. The score of
boxing is calculated as the score punch. Judges will score according to the effective punches they hit.
in the competition, the athlete is judged to fall to the ground when other body parts other than his legs touch the ground after being hit; Or when the referee decides that it is impossible to continue the game after being hit hard, it is also regarded as falling to the ground.
in the end, the one with the highest score wins, or one side abstains, or the referee decides that it is impossible to continue the game, The other party is deemed to have won.