Originally Posted by NamRanger
No; fighters fight in front of huge crowds all the time, but when the doctor says it is time to stop, it is time to stop. Period.
The topic could be interesting given a player who wanted to continue a match against common and sound medical advice - dizzyness, chest pains, blurred vision, breathing difficulties, etc.
In this match, and on tv, I don't think Li Na remotely exhibited anything that would lead a referee to stop a fight.