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Taiho Jutsu – The Deadly but Non-Lethal form of Martial Arts History & Culture 

Taiho Jutsu – The Deadly but Non-Lethal form of Martial Arts

Martial arts has always held a fascination for some and intimidation for others. Jackie Chan has managed to bring a chuckle or two in his fight sequences. Yet, most combat sequences on the silver screen portray various degrees of brutality. From Krav Maga to MMA, Boxing to Muay Thai, blood…

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Watch The Legendary Fight: When Bruce Lee First Met Chuck Norris Media, Entertainment, & Sports 

Watch The Legendary Fight: When Bruce Lee First Met Chuck Norris

He said he wanted to do a fight scene that everyone would remember and he said, “I want you to be my opponent,” and he was going to call the film Way of the Dragon… – Chuck Norris It’s still considered the greatest “Boss Fight” in on-screen martial arts history….

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Watch Rare Footage of Ip Man, Teacher of Bruce Lee History & Culture 

Watch Rare Footage of Ip Man, Teacher of Bruce Lee

Ip Man and Ip Man 2 were 2 of the biggest martial arts movies in recent times. The more discerning fans of martial arts, or anyone who stayed until the end credits, would know that Ip Man was the teacher for several martial arts legends. Chief among them – William…

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Kalaripayattu—The Pearl Among Indian Martial Arts History & Culture 

Kalaripayattu—The Pearl Among Indian Martial Arts

Kalaripayattu (also spelt as Kalarippayattu or Kalarippayat), its origins dating back to 1100 BCE, is considered among the oldest Indian martial arts in existence and the mother of present-day Kung Fu. The name comes from a combination of the words Kalari—or training ground—and Payattu—or warfare. Ancient folklore holds that it was…

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