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Chris Weidman can defeat Anderson Silva at UFC 162

Posted on 11 March 2013 by Hunter Homistek

UFC on Fuel TV: Munoz v Weidman
Chris Weidman is set to take on middleweight champion and pound-for-pound king Anderson Silva at UFC 162.

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Wanderlei Silva: What’s Next for ‘The Axe Murderer’?

Posted on 03 March 2013 by Hunter Homistek

Wanderlei Silva

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UFC on Fuel TV 8 Main Card Predictions

Posted on 02 March 2013 by Hunter Homistek

The UFC returns to Saitama, Japan, for UFC on Fuel TV 8, and the UFC brass assembled one sensational card that is sure to leave fans utterly satisfied.

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UFC 157 Main Card Predictions

Posted on 23 February 2013 by Hunter Homistek

CREDIT: fcfighter.com

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Kuntaw: The Guerilla Fighting System

Posted on 21 July 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Different Styles of Martial Arts

Kuntaw: The Guerilla Fighting System

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British Martial Arts – Quarterstaff, Bartitsu

Posted on 29 April 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Quarterstaff

This traditional English stick-fighting art uses a weapon known as the “quarterstaff”—a hard, wooden staff that sometimes has a reinforced metal tip. It is possible the name evolved because the primary weapon was a staff and, when fighting, was typically held with the right hand in the middle and the left hand a quarter of the way from the end— hence “quarter staff.” However, a more probable theory is that the name refers to a fight settled without the use of a lethal sword or knife. In medieval English, “quarter”—meaning to give mercy—may have referred to the act of pardoning an opponent by not killing him and using the staff as a response to an insult instead of the deadly sword. Typically made from oak, hazel, or ash, they ranged from 6-9 ft (1.8-2.7 m) in length and would have been employed in swinging, arching actions, and poking thrusts.

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British Martial Arts – Lancashire Wrestling, Cornish Wrestling, Catch Wrestling

Posted on 26 April 2009 by Tony Hackerott

Mixed Martial Arts and the Ground Game History

Lancashire Wrestling

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