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This is What a REAL KRAV MAGA MASTER Looks Like! Sports 

This is What a REAL KRAV MAGA MASTER Looks Like!

The Krav Maga is a self-defense technique which was primarily developed for the purposes of the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF). The Krav Maga consists of various wild techniques combined from aikido, judo, boxing and wrestling. It takes a real krav maga master to teach you the best fighting tricks in Krav Maga. Krav Maga was derived from the street combat skillfulness of Hungarian-Israeli martial artist Imi Lichtenfeld. Back in the day, Imi used his knowledge as a boxer and wrestler as a means of defending the Jewish quarter against fascist groups in…

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[18+] See Video of 10 Worst Injuries in UFC history. The Scariest of All MMA Fight Injuries & Knockouts Sports Trending 

[18+] See Video of 10 Worst Injuries in UFC history. The Scariest of All MMA Fight Injuries & Knockouts

That’s gotta hurt: These Ten MMA Fight injuries & knockouts look really nasty Any sport on the planet deals with some serious injuries and knockouts that unfortunately do happen. However, in MMA fighting, those injuries can sometimes look a lot more brutal. That’s far from the idea and the spirit of MMA, but painful injuries and knockouts can happen. For instance, Yoshiro Takayama got his face quite destroyed after a brutal fight with Don Frye. He did not looked quite happy about it on the press conference afterwards, but any…

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You Can’t Miss This Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Video with Some Astounding Takedowns Sports 

You Can’t Miss This Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Video with Some Astounding Takedowns

The core of the Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is to find a way to get the fight down on the ground. Pulling guard may work as an option in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu competition, but this is ultimately a martial art. Jiu Jitsu iighters need to consider self defense aspects, and to choose which of the various styles of Brazilian Jiu Jitsu takedowns will work the best in the fight. It could be a double leg takedown, a single leg takedown, ankle pick or lapel drag, and this video perfectly portrays the gentle…

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Learn Brazilian Jiu Jitsu the Way It Was Meant to Be Learned Sports 

Learn Brazilian Jiu Jitsu the Way It Was Meant to Be Learned

What does it mean to succeed? What does it mean to sense the absolute force of your body? The beating agility of it and your complete awareness that you are fully managing and controlling your own body? How much would you invest to not become just an ordinary and ineffective Brazilian jiu-jitsu fighter? How long have you got to invest studying to master your approach in the dojo? If you’re like a lot of other fighters out there, you cant simply dedicate your self to the style and the athletics. But if…

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Boxing: Alvarez Finished for 2016 After Breaking Hand Sports Trending 

Boxing: Alvarez Finished for 2016 After Breaking Hand

LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Mexican star Saul “Canelo” Alvarez is not going to fight again this year after suffering a fracture to his right hand after his bruising defeat of Liam Smith, his supporters have said on Monday. Golden Boy Promotions said on Twitter that Alvarez wouldn’t fight until 2017, after suffering the injury in Saturday’s ninth-round knockout of Smith, who fought for the first time outside his native country. “Canelo has a fracture on his right hand and is unable to fight again in 2016,” Golden Boy said. Alvarez dropped down to…

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Alvarez Knocks Out Smith for Share of Super Welterweight World Title Sports Trending 

Alvarez Knocks Out Smith for Share of Super Welterweight World Title

AP Photo/LM Otero Source: Daily Star LOS ANGELES: Saul “Canelo” Alvarez knocked out previously unbeaten Liam “Beefy” Smith in the ninth round last Saturday (17.09.2016) to regain a share of the super welterweight world title before more than 51,000 at AT&T Stadium in Texas. With most of the crowd behind him at the cavernous dome of the Dallas Cowboys NFL team, since round one, Alvarez controlled the game against the gritty Smith. Britain’s World Boxing Organization champion couldn’t match the speed or power of the Mexican star. Alvarez is a former…

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Top 10 Videos of Women Using Aikido To Self Defense Entertainment Sports 

Top 10 Videos of Women Using Aikido To Self Defense

Aikido is a modern Japanese martial art technique developed by Morihei Ueshiba as a synthesis of his martial studies, philosophy, and religious beliefs. It is oftentimes translated as “the way of unifying (with) life energy”, however after seeing this video below, you could also translate aikido to women power and abilities to self-defense. See these amazing women using aikido to self defense   Video source: Martial Arts Show Entertaining & in the same time very powerful. Ueshiba’s goal were initially to create a martial art where practitioners could use it to defend…

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In Ali’s Hometown Louisville, Heirs to a Boxing Legacy Entertainment Sports 

In Ali’s Hometown Louisville, Heirs to a Boxing Legacy

LOUISVILLE (AFP) – In a nondescript concrete building in Louisville, Kentucky, the scent of perspiration hangs in the air as two teenagers in protective helmets and boxing gloves trade gusts at lightning speed, propelled by cries of encouragement. Sunlight streams in from a skylight overhead to illuminate the activity at the centre of TKO team, where the heirs of Muhammad Ali  are determined to further celebrate the hometown fighting glory. Louisville is the hometown and final resting place of the renowned fighter, who was buried here on June 10, 2016. Teenagers prepare…

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US Coach Terms Boxing Judging Worst Since 1988 Olympics Entertainment Sports 

US Coach Terms Boxing Judging Worst Since 1988 Olympics

RIO DE JANEIRO, Aug 17, 2016 (AFP) – Highly honored boxing trainer Billy Walsh said on Wednesday that the standard of judging at the Rio Olympics was the worst he’d seen since the ill-famed Roy Jones Jr scandal in 1988. Recreational boxing’s world governing body, the AIBA, says an undisclosed variety of officials has lost after at least two exceptionally contentious judging choices in as many days set Olympic boxing in the pier. Billy Walsh, coming from Ireland, is a trainer for the USA, and saw American lightweight Mikaela Mayer endure…

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