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Unusual/Uncommon Martial Arts

written by: thaibob
 
These forms of martial arts are not normally heard about outside of the country or countries where they are played. Each of the wrong answers will be identified in the answer section. Now put on your gloves and come out fighting.

Question 1:


Tinku sounds like the noise my old car made but it's not. What phrase would you connect with this art?
Potosi region of Bolivia
Founded in 1980 by Robert Puch
Mexican professional wrestling
African slaves in Brazil

Question 2:


Kajukenbo is not a computer game. What statement best suits this form of martial art?
It was developed by Morihei Ueshiba.
It originated on the territory of Hawaii, USA
It means "Way of the Sword".
It is the art of espionage.

Question 3:


Which of the following statements is true about Hwa Rang Do in Korea?
It originated in the kingdom of Gogoryeo
it is used by members of the Royal Court and traveling monks
It is a system of 18 techniques.
it means "The Way of the Flowering Knights"

Question 4:


Which of the following statements is true about the Asian martial art Lethwei?
It was developed in Hue, Vietnam.
It is unarmed Burmese martial art.
It is a Filipino foot fight.
It was created by the Chinese community of SE Asia.

Question 5:


Glima sounds like a nasty disease but it really is what?
technique of stick fighting
unarmed combat from the Holy Roman Empire
Icelandic term for "wrestling"
acronym for a style of Russian fighting

Question 6:


What is specific to the stick fighting known as Istunka?
It uses fire-hardened sticks.
It is practiced by herd boys.
It comes from Southern Sudan.
It is a martial arts festival in Somalia.

Question 7:


Bok-Fu or Bok Fu Do sounds akin to Kung-Fu but it really fits this description.
It translates to "White Tiger".
It means means "to bear a weapon".
It is a Persian martial art.
It is a type of Chinese Wushu.

Question 8:


Which statement is true about Sli Beatha?
It means 'stick fighting' in Irish martial arts.
It was founded in 1996 by police officer Craig Smith.
It is performed while brandishing a dirk.
It means 'face to face combat'.

Question 9:


Kbach Kun Boran and Kbach Kun Dambong Veng are associated with which country?
Thailand
Myanmar (Burma)
Cambodia
Vietnam

Question 10:


Schwingen is considered a national sport in this country and takes this form.
Austria - grappling without touching the legs
Switzerland - grappling
Germany - grappling
Germany - grappling with swords

 


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