Originally Posted by County Mike
Sometimes, when a fighter is on his back, his opponent may be on one knee trying to throw punches down. If the fighter on his back delivers an upkick to that opponent, he's charged with kicking the head of a downed opponent. I don't like that rule. If you're on your back, you should be allowed to kick upwards regardless of your opponents position. (in my opinion)
Okay, got it, thanks for explaining.