Category Archives: Martial Arts

The Greatest Martial Artists on Screen Part 3

Jet Li A young martial arts expert right off the bat, this prodigy shot to fame in China as he toppled opponents in Wushu tournaments, notably winning as a twelve year old against opponents in their mid to late twenties. From here on in people were eager to see what he could do next and […]

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The Greatest Martial Artists On Screen Part 2

Donnie Yen

Donnie Yen Well versed in many styles of martial arts Donnie Yen has since brought his talents to the screen several times one impressive movie at a time. Working his way up in the movie industry in the 90’s Yen put in some good time on sets to know his way around films, since he […]

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The Greatest Martial Artists on Screen Part 1

Steven Seagal

The martial arts are sacred and historical practices that come from experts in the field who slowly and surely train new followers in their diverse ways. As far as Hollywood is concerned though the martial arts are a film genre that has had a huge and lasting following for several decades and one which doesn’t […]

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Strangest Martial Arts Styles Part 3

Dambe

Dambe This martial arts started with a group you may not expect to master a sports technique – butchers, groups of them would challenge one another in West Africa and so the fighting style known as Dambe came about. What makes this style noticeably different is that this boxing style occurs out in the street […]

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Strangest Martial Arts Styles Part 2

smarts

Tai Chi If you’ve ever seen a group of elderly people in a park all standing in odd poses and pushing their hands back and forth a lot, you may not have known that they were practicing a martial art at all. This is the ancient Chinese technique of Tai Chi, one of the most […]

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Strangest Martial Arts Styles Part 1

Martial Arts

Martial arts are a part of a culture’s heritage along with its fine art and architecture, cooking and social norms. What makes these so different is that unlike creating bonds with others martial arts harbour an attitude of hostility or at the very least the idea that you may be attacked. Because of this many […]

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