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Martial arts Professor Salem Assli and how a severe accident changed his attitude towards life

Salem Assli—internationally recognized martial arts practitioner of more than ten martial arts and an instructor best known for reviving and popularizing savate boxe francaise and la canne, the martial arts of his homeland France. He…

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Organization of Training

One of the most crucial things in training is to know how to reach a set goal. The organization of each training session is one that can and should not be left to fate or…

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JEET KUNE DO — “Way of the intercepting fist”

A conversation between academician Oleg Maltsev and Grand Maestro Dan Inosanto.

The Jeet Kune Do martial arts approach still fascinates many. Especially today, it seems as if there is a second wave that is no less relevant than in Bruce Lee’s day. Lee can rightfully be defined as an unparalleled figure of the 20th century: martial artist, actor, director, screenwriter, producer, philosopher, simply an outstanding individual with a great sense of humor, in combination with striking self-discipline—all in one person.

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Street Fighting vs. Ring Fighting

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the position of World of Martial Arts. “street fighter… People who attach this label to themselves…

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The Secret to Fighting Article

“A true champion is one who sweats from exhaustion when no one is watching.” Bas Rutten, former UFC Heavyweight Champion and three-time King of Pancrase. People are always looking for a shortcut to success. In…

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Effectiveness of TMA, Wushu and Karate in MMA

Let me begin this article by saying I love all martial arts. And if you enjoy practicing karate, taekwondo, tai chi, or wushu, by all means. Keep doing it. Also, while I practice fighting arts,…

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The Development of the Martial Artist Through Hollywood Films

A TV historian said that before Conan the Barbarian, “We knew the hero was big and strong because the script said he was.” He felt that Conan was the first attempt Hollywood had made to…

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Non-compromised Pendulum: A book about Cus D’Amato’s style, by Oleg Maltsev and Tom Patti

Non-compromised Pendulum: A book about Cus D’Amato’s style, by Oleg Maltsev and Tom Patti Book Review by Dr. Antonio Graceffo Sun Tzu’s military strategy, expressed in The Art of War and Miyamoto Musashi’s The Book…

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Who is the successor to Italian fencing?

This article is an interesting research, which demonstrates to me as a journalist and a researcher of the world’s martial arts a peremptory exposure of Italian masters of fencing and the hereditary significance of the…

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Counterattack in the Spanish fencing school

It is not a secret that Spanish fencing school had a big influence in the medieval European history. One of the facts is that the Charles V and his well-prepared army had conquered almost the…

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Love, loyalty and respect in martial arts world. Sifu Martin Gonzalez

In the frameworks of the “Tribune” program Mary Saparkina interviewed Sifu Martin Gonzalez. He shared his opinion about the problems in martial arts world, namely the necessity of love, loyalty and respect. – Could you…

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Yuryi Senchukov about speculations in the field of oriental martial arts

This topic is one of the most relevant ones for today. The journalist of our publication spoke about these questions with a martial arts researcher, the author of several books on the subject, and the…