Yea, the refs will let a fight go until someone has clearly won or if the players are taking too long to start a fight. If they are just standing around without punching, the refs will tell them to start the fight already or they'll intervene. And if someone is on the ground, and/or clearly beat, the refs will also call it.
Not really a sledge, but it needs to be posted:
"Towards the end of George Headley's career he had been living in the midlands and in the summer playing in the Birmingham League. In 1953 the Jamaican people raised over £1,000 to bring him back to Jamaica just so he could play in the series against England. It had been tough for those people to raise the sum of money but they did and believed the sacrifices they had made would be worth it just to see George play against England. So you can imagine what they thought of me, when in the first game playing against the Jamaican Parishes, I broke his arm." - Fred Trueman
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