Pre-fight Rules:

Fight attire must consist of sultry, sexy lingerie that does not malfunction

Each mixed martial arts contest is set for a maximum of 3 rounds; each round lasting no more than 3 minutes

All bouts will be evaluated and scored by 3 judges who shall each judge the contest from a different location around the cage/fighting area. The referee is not included in the decision with the 3 judges

Judges shall evaluate mixed martial arts techniques, such as effective striking, effective grappling, control of the ring/fighting area, effective offense and defense. Each round will be scored on a 10-point-must system

Trash talking is highly encouraged but is not rewarded with points

Fight Rules:

Doing the following (before, during, or after a match) may result in a warning, point deduction, disqualification, suspension, and or banishment from the LFC:

Striking the face an opponent while in stand-up (some fighters have to be in front of the camera the next day and need to preserve their looks)

Attacking the groin of an opponent (coaching staff included)

Kneeing a grounded opponent in the head

Striking an opponent to the back of the head or the spine

Head butting an opponent (not a good idea)

Eye gouging an opponent

Fish hooking or inserting fingers in an opponent’s orifices (save that for the after party).

Biting an opponent or any act of cannibalism.

Pulling an opponent’s hair (including extensions)

Injuring or grabbing the throat of an opponent

Using the cage or ring for leverage against an opponent (obvious infraction)

Post Fight Rules:

Here are the different ways a fighter may win, lose, or draw:

Submitting a fighter via a physical or verbal tap out (opponent is unable or unwilling to continue)

A fighter is knocked out, rendered unconscious, or is unable to continue

An injury as a result of a legal maneuver is severe enough to terminate a bout (TKO)

Decision via the scorecards:

Unanimous Decision – When all three judges score the contest for the same contestant

Split Decision – When two judges score the contest for one contestant and one judge scores it for the opponent

Majority Decision – When two judges score the contest for the same contestant and one judge scores a draw


Unanimous Draw – When all three judges score the contest a draw

Majority Draw – When two judges score the contest a draw

Split Draw – When all three judges score differently


Forfeit (a fighter is unable to fulfill his duties and decides not to fight prior to the bell sounding)

Technical Decision (stoppage at the discretion of referee, a fighter’s corner, or ringside doctor)

No Decision (when both fighters violate the rules or an unintentional injury is sustained by one fighter)