List of European Martial Arts

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List of European Martial Arts

Post by N567 » Wed Feb 10, 2021 3:26 am

Contrary to popular belief, martial arts did not originate entirely from Asia and below is a list of European martial arts:

European (Uncategorized):

Shield Fighting
Jousting
Fencing

England:

Boxing
Quarterstaff
Singlestick
Catch Wrestling
Cumberland and Westmorland Wrestling
Devon Wrestling
Lancashire Wrestling

France:

Canne De Combat
Savate
Gouren
Bâton français

Germany:

Ringen
Unifight

Greece:

Pankration

Iceland:

Glima

Ireland:

Bataireacht
Dornálíocht
Coraíocht
Speachóireacht

Norway:

Stav

Portugal:

Jogo do Pau

Russia:

Sambo
Systema
Kulachniy boy
Retuinskih's System ROSS
Spetsnaz GRU Hand-to-Hand Combat Style
Spiridinovia
Ryabko's Systema

Scotland:

Scottish Backhold

Serbia:

Narodno Rvanje

Spain:

Juego del Palo
Keysi Fighting Method

Switzerland:

Schwingen

Ukraine:

Combat Hopak

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Re: List of European Martial Arts

Post by Grimork » Wed Feb 10, 2021 6:48 am

Thanks for sharing N567. These styles are fighting are not often mentioned and some of them I have never heard of.

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Re: List of European Martial Arts

Post by N567 » Wed Feb 10, 2021 7:27 am

Grimork wrote:
Wed Feb 10, 2021 6:48 am
Thanks for sharing N567. These styles are fighting are not often mentioned and some of them I have never heard of.
Though there are plenty of European martial arts gyms in Western countries, the leftist media gives no coverage of them because they do not want us to have the ability to defend ourselves and they do not want us to be connected to our cultural roots.

There are also many restrictions on the right to self defense in many countries such as the duty to retreat and reasonable force clauses which have caused so many martial arts gyms, even the Eastern ones, to be so watered down to the point that they are only good for exhibition matches and sports competitions.

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