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The rules of these battles are simple and sparse. Eye-gouging, groin shots, biting, head-to-head contact, and other primitive techniques are disallowed. Common offensive maneuvres are kicks, punches, knees, elbows, takedowns, and throws. Through these techniques, fighters often shift from standing and trading strikes to grappling on the ground.
I've been meaning to mention this for awhile, now. This particular practice of MA is supposed to be the most realistic, but keep in mind that when a competitor 'shoots in' all of his opponents buddies don't rush in and start stomping on the back of his neck and kicking his kidneys the way they do in real life! Know what to do on the ground, but don't ever go there voluntarily unless your own associates are more numerous and of superior quality to those of your opponent ...