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Top 10 deadliest martial arts

Top 10 deadliest martial arts

There are different techniques of fighting in different countries of the world are used. Learning some of these methods is very simple, while some methods are very difficult and dangerous. Today we are going to talk about ‘Top 10 deadliest martial arts

1. Kung Fu

Chinese martial arts are called ‘kung fu’. It is also known as ‘Wushu’ and ‘Quanfa’. You need a lot of patience, energy and time to learn Chinese Kung Fu. There are many forms of Kung Fu, some of which are mainly Shaolin Kung Fu, Wing Chun, Tai Chi, etc. All Kung Fu forms have their own rules and methods of learning, but one thing is common in all of these techniques, all of them have been based on the technique and speed. The word Kung Fu was used in the 20th century in relation to Chinese martial arts by the Chinese community. Most of the techniques used in Kung Fu match with the fighting techniques of animals.

2. Muay Thai

Muay Thai of Thailand is a tough martial arts technique. This is also Thailand’s national sport. Muay Thai is also called ‘The Art of Eight Limbs’. In this, eight points of the human body are used like war eight weapons. Hands are used like sword and dagger while arm is used in the form of armor. The elbow is used as a hammer and the knee is used as an ax. Coordination is established in all parts of the body and the whole body is used as a weapon.

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3. Krav Maga

This technique was first developed for the Israeli Defense Force. Krav Maga includes primarily eliminating enemies. Around 1930 Czechoslovakia had a lot of anti-Jewish groups in the country, who used to oppress the Jewish people. Lame Lichtenfeld, who was a Jew, formed a group of Jews to save his family and friends and started guarding the streets to protect his family and friends. Krav Maga, which was born from here, can be used anywhere in the street, road, park, etc. It is taught to use the objects around you as weapons, which are used for both defense and attack. Krav Maga is used by the Israeli army and police.

4. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu

Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu mainly emphasizes ground battle. This technique is based on the fact that a weak and light person can easily defend themselves with a large, strong and heavy antagonist. The Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is also called BJJ and it is mainly used for self-defense. This technique is mainly emphasized to throw down your opponent and then try to defeat your opponent with the help of Joint lock and chokehold. A person named Xiao Omori opened the first Jiu-Jitsu school in Brazil in 1909. Geo Omori taught many people the techniques of BJJ and sent some of his disciples abroad so that they could demonstrate this technique by going abroad.

5. Escrima

Escrima is a national game of the Philippines and is a hand-drawn martial arts technique. Along with the hand, weapons such as sticks, knives, blades can also be used. Escrima is also known as ‘Kali and Arnis. There are more than 35 different styles in Eskrima. Escrima was also learned by Den Innocento, a famous disciple of Bruce Lee.

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6. Bacom

Although Bacom is not so famous in martial arts categories, it is very dangerous and deadly. The martial arts used to be native to Peru. Bacom is composed of many martial arts techniques. This technique is mainly used in hidden weapons and punches. In the Bacom battle, one of the two rivals dies, so it is considered quite a dangerous technique.

7. Vale Tudo

Vale Tudo means ‘anything’. This is a Brazilian hybrid war martial arts technique. In this technique, the rules are not given much attention and you can fight in any way and use anything. In 1920 Vale Tudo was displayed in a circus in which many fighters fought among themselves. The Battle of Valle Tudo is mainly secretly because it is a very dangerous and deadly technique. At present, Vale Tudo competitions are organized in many places, but for this, some rules have been added in this technique.

8. Ninjutsu

Ninjutsu learners are called Ninja. This is a Japanese martial art technique that was mainly used to learn by warriors and killers. This art is similar to the gorilla technique. By hiding yourself in the dark, the enemy is suddenly attacked and dashed. Unlike other martial arts techniques, sword, small knives and throwing weapons can also be used. Along with weapons, some chemical substances are also used in it. But now this technology is on the brink of extinction. Now the names of the Ninja are only seen in the movies.

9. Karate

The martial art technique most famous in India is Karate and it considered as the best self-defense technique. Karate is a Japanese language word which means empty hands. No weapon is used in this martial arts technique. In this technique, only hands feet are used and they are used as a sword and knife.

10. Taekwondo

This art is believed to be developed from Korea almost 5000 years ago. Taekwondo is mainly known for its spinning and high kicks. Taekwondo means kick and punches The fame of taekwondo can be estimated from the fact that it is the only martial art in the world which has been given place in the Olympics. Although the history of Taekwondo is quite old it has been developed primarily between the years 1940 and 1950.

 

So it was the world’s ‘Top 10 deadliest martial arts ‘ with the help of which the opponent could be defeated in a short time.

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