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..itle irrespective of who wins or loses. 4.5 The exact weights of the Boxers will be announced in the ring immediately before the contest. 4.6 A Medical examination shall take place at the weigh-in at which the Doctor approved by the Affiliated National Association to conduct such medical examination shall satisfy himself that the Boxers are medically fit to box.   Article 5 - The Seconds 5.1 The number of Seconds shall not exceed four. For the purposes of this Article seconds include all the persons assisting a Boxer during the course of the contest. 5.2 Before each contest the Chief Second who shall be in charge in the Boxer's corner must identify himself to the Referee. The Seconds must obey the orders of the Referee. During the rounds the Seconds must keep silent, they must not advise o......

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..egories are the same with the addition of the Super-flyweight, Light-flyweight and Straw-weight ones.   In addition to the required medical exams, there must be added: pregnancy test and pelvic echography (as indicated in the Women medical report) ...

.. Judges working for the so-called EBA titles shall not appointed for the EBU, EU and Women Championships; - Up to the General Meeting of 2005, the medical evidences required to the boxers disputing the EBU, EU and women titles as concerns the EBU it is confirmed CT or MRIscan with the exception of the U.K. where it is required obligatorily the RMI/RMA. - Starting......

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