Hawaii Administrative Rules
Chapter 74 - BOXING
Subchapter 16 - EQUIPMENT
Section 16-74-294 - Ring and ropes

Universal Citation: HI Admin Rules 16-74-294
Current through February, 2024

The boxing ring shall not be less than 16 feet nor more than 20 feet square within the ropes, and shall be elevated not more than four feet above floor and shall be formed of posts and ropes, the latter extending in a triple line eighteen inches, thirty-five inches, and fifty-two inches from the floor of the ring, or in four lines, thirteen inches, twenty-six inches, thirty-nine inches and fifty-two inches from the floor of the ring, and such not to be less than one inch in diameter and wrapped in soft material. The floor of the ring shall extend beyond the lower ropes for a distance of not less than two feet. Posts must be properly padded and the ring floor padded at least two feet outside the ropes, and extend over the edge of the platform with a felt or soft material, to be approved by the commission, not less than three inches in thickness, under a canvas covering.

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