A. Medical suspensions may be issued at the discretion of the physician appointed by the Commission.
B. The following shall constitute mandatory grounds for medical suspension and minimum duration:
(1) Laceration ... 30 days;
(2) Technical knockout ... 30 days;
(3) Knockout or technical knockout with loss of consciousness (first occurrence) ... 60 days;
(4) Knockout or technical knockout with loss of consciousness (second consecutive occurrence):
(a) Not less than 70 days from the date of the second occurrence, and
(b) Not less than 120 days from the date of the first occurrence;
(5) Knockout or technical knockout with loss of consciousness (third consecutive occurrence) ... indefinite;
(6) Poorly conditioned ... 42 days;
(7) Physically demanding contest or excessive blows to the head ... 30 to 60 days.
C. A contestant suspended indefinitely shall remain suspended until a medical examination specified by the Commission has been completed and the Commission has determined that the contestant has satisfactorily recovered.
D. Unless the Commission otherwise approves, a contestant may not participate in another contest:
(1) For at least 14 days after a contest of four to eight rounds duration; and
(2) For at least 28 days after a contest of more than eight rounds duration.
E. A contestant whose urine test results are positive shall be suspended pending a hearing.
F. Knockout occurrences in other states, suspensions, and durations of contests shall be used in determining the length of medical suspensions and the fitness of a contestant to compete.