Scot gets elbow for kneeing.A SCOT was disqualified dis·qual·i·fy
tr.v. dis·qual·i·fied, dis·qual·i·fy·ing, dis·qual·i·fies
a. To render unqualified or unfit.
b. To declare unqualified or ineligible.
2. from a kick-boxing bout for kneeing his opponent during a tournament to celebrate five years of peace in Bosnia.
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But Thai boxer boxer, breed of medium-sized, muscular working dog perfected in Germany in the 19th cent. but whose origins may be traced back in Europe to the 16th cent. It stands from 21 to 25 in. (53.3–63.5 cm) high at the shoulder and weighs from 60 to 75 lb (27. Chris's bout in the town of Banja Luka Banja Luka (bän`yä l`kä), city (1991 pop. 142,644), in NE Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the Vrbas River. ended when he was banned for twice using his knees.
Thai boxing allows knees, punches and kicks, but kick-boxing rules ban knees.
Red-faced Chris, 26, from Dumfries, said: "I reacted under pressure in the way I'm trained to and used a knee."
Now Chris and his Bosnian opponent are to have a friendly re-match on June 8 at an Aberdeen hotel.
He said: "It will be fought under Thai rules, so I shouldn't fall foul of technicalities."
Bosnian Serbs and Muslims fought in the event, along with Germans, French and Italians.