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(a) Initial taping on a professional boxer's hands may not exceed one winding of surgeon's adhesive tape, not more than one and one-half inches wide, placed directly on the hand to protect the part of the hand near the wrist. The tape may cross the back of the hand twice but may not extend within three-fourths of an inch of the knuckles when the hand is clenched to make a fist.
(b) In addition to the taping under (a) of this section, each professional boxer may use soft surgical bandages not more than two inches wide, held in place by not more than six feet of surgeon's adhesive tape for each hand. Up to one 10-yard roll of bandage may be used to complete the wrappings for each hand. Strips of tape may be used between the fingers to hold down the bandages.
(c) Bandages must be adjusted in the dressing room in the presence of a representative of the commission and both professional boxers. Either boxer may waive witnessing the bandaging of the opponent's hands.
History: Eff. 4/29/91, Register 118; am 3/18/92, Register 122
Authority: AS 05.05.020 (b)
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