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Martial arts have a long tradition of defense and defeat, either armed or unarmed. Martial art training certainly improves combat skills, mental discipline and fitness. The systemized fighting techniques are what all martial arts have in common and are based on. There is a long tradition of teaching martial arts, which has its roots in Asian culture. Seniors (masters) train students, who often have to pass certain tests to be allowed to fight on the next level.

In some martial arts the students wear a coloured belt to express their individual level of skill. The way of testing may include sparring, which can either mean light-, medium- or full-contact to the opponent. If you want to bet online and feel the thrill of gambling with outstanding welcome bonus offers by worlds top bookmakers, feel free to take advantage of our betting knowledge. We cover your fists with a exklusive welcome bonus.

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Chinese fighting styles

When talking about Chinese martial arts, the western civilization generally refers to it as Kung-Fu. The fact is that hundreds of different Kung-Fu styles exist and the word itself literally means hard work. The correct term for Chinese martial art in general is wushu or koushu (military art). China is known as the father of Asian martial arts. The Chinese fighting styles have inspired many Asian styles. Circular arm movements and imitating animals are typical for Chinese fights. Chinese martial arts can be split into categories: internal (focus on mind) and external (focus on speed and strength). They can also be distinguished by the location of origin: northern and southern styles with the Yangtze-river as a boarder.

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Japanese fighting styles

Japanese fighting styles are divided into two categories: the early Bujutsu and the younger Budo. The different japanese fightings styles are easy to allocate to their category, because the either carry the suffix 'jutsu' or 'do'. Some styles took influence on several martial arts and some martial systems are combinations of armed and/or unarmed methods.

In comparison to the Chinese techniques the japanese martial arts seem more straight and direct. All of them originate in the principles of bushido, the way of the warrior. This way is the result of the family-like connection between master, student and martial art. Read our reviews of online bookmakers. Enjoy our outstanding bonus offers. Register for example on IBCbet. Be part of a big gambling community, join today, win forever.

Korean fighting styles

The classification of the different styles is based on the various fighting techniques. What the suffix do represents for the Japanese, is either 'Ki' (skill), 'Soo'l (art, method) or Kiyae (mechanical art) for the Koreans. As Korea lies in between Japan and China, elements from both cultures can be found. The kicks are similar to the Chinese’s northern styles and the punches are more Kara-te like. One can see the influences they had and still have on each other.


In light- and medium-contact fights sparring is based on a point system. The fight will go on until time has expired or the maximal score has been reached. Full-contact fights are carried out with full force but less protective gear and seem more realistic than light- or medium-contact combats. This way of unarmed fighting puts emphasis on disabling the opponent. Even if point systems are included in judgement, the fighters prefer to go for knockouts or win by forcing the opponent to submit.


Famous Founding Fathers
  • Agni Kempo: Yuriy A. Kostrov (*1950)
  • Aikido: Morihei Ueshiba (1883 – 1969)
  • American Kenpo: Ed Parker, Sr. (1931 – 1990)
  • Arnis: Remy Presas (1936 – 2001)
  • Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: Hélio Gracie (*1913)
  • Gosoku Ryu Karate: Takayuki Kubota (*1934)
  • Hapkido: Yong Sool Choi (1904 - 1986)
  • Hwa Rang Do: Joo Bang Lee (*1936)
  • Jeet Kune Do: Bruce Lee (1940 – 1973)
  • Judo: Jigoro Kano (1860 – 1938)
  • Kyokushin Kara-te: Mas Omaya (1923 – 1994)
  • Krav Maga: Imi Lichtenfeld (1910 – 1998)
  • Kuk Sool Won: In Hyuk Suh
  • San Jutsu: Frank Sanchez (*1948)
  • Sanuces Ryu: Dr. Moses Powell (1941 – 2005)
  • Shotokan Karate: Gichin Funakoshi (1868 – 1957): brought Karate from Okinawa to mainland
  • Tae Kwon do: General Hong Hi Choi (1918 – 2002)
  • Tang Soo do: Hwang Kee (1914 – 2002)
  • Wun Hop Kuen Do: Al Dacascos (*1942)
Famous Action-stars 

Yuen Biao, Billy Blanks, Jackie Chan, Sonny Chiba, Man Cheuk Chiu, Mark Dacascos, Sammo Hung, Keith Cooke Hirabayashi, Tony Jaa, Sho Kosugi, Lorenzo Lamas, Bruce Lee, Brandon Lee, Christopher Lee, Jet Li, Richard Norton, Chuck Norris, Warner Oland, Ernie Reyes Jr., Philip Rhee, Simon Rhee, Cynthia Rothrock, Steven Seagal, Robin Shou, Jeff Speakman, Benny “the Jet” Urquidez, Jean-Claude van Damme, Michael Jai White, Don “the Dragon” Wilson, Donnie Yen, Michelle Yeoh, Bolo Yeung, Zhang Ziyi.


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