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Subreddit covering everything to do with UFC. Fight fans rejoice! UFC Cards, Times, Odds, and Fighter Stats can be seen at mmafightcards.org
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) is a martial art that focuses on grappling and ground fighting. /r/bjj is for discussing BJJ training, techniques, news, competition, asking questions and getting advice. Beginners are welcome. Discussion is encouraged.
All things Muay Thai, news, upcoming events & general discussion. From fighters to fans, everyone is welcome!
A subreddit for discussing historical fencing and martial arts, specifically European (HEMA/WMA)
For practitioners of the Korean martial art of Taekwondo (WT/KKW, ITF or other independent groups - all are welcome)
For discussion about Krav Maga. Advice, help finding a gym, and sharing stories.
A humble community of practitioners of the Traditional Chinese Martial Art. We're here to talk about all the aspects of kung fu including philosophy, logic, medicine, health, mental/physical fitness, and (of course) technique. Kung Fu is about the application of hard work throughout your life to better yourself and to gain mastery over your body and mind.
Aikido comes from the same martial lineage as judo and jujitsu. It emphasizes blending with attacks rather than countering force with force, and utilizes throws, joint locks, and pins. Although many techniques include softening strikes (atemi), the goal of aikido is to neutralize aggression swiftly without undue harm to the attacker.
An open forum, message board, hangout for discussing anything to do with the martial art called Wing Chun.
There are five principal styles of Taijiquan (or T'ai-Chi Ch'üan), Yang, Wu, Chen, Wu/Hao and Sun. They all emphasize stability, rooting and deep relaxation but have different looks and slightly different martial applications.
Kendo (剣道), meaning "Way of the Sword", is a modern Japanese martial art of sword-fighting based on traditional Japanese swordsmanship, or Kenjutsu.
Discussion and promotion of all things related to the Afro-Brazilian art of Capoeira.
All forms of Ju Jutsu are welcome from Koryu, modern Japanese, Judo, Aikido, even BJJ. As we all know JuJutsu spawned a huge family of martial arts. So who are we to judge if it deserves to be here. If there's a Jujutsu family it came from. It can be here. However, please try to keep to the original Japanese names when posting. Don't call it a Rear Naked Choke. Call it Hadaka Jime. Unless you're speciffically asking for the Japanese name off a derived move.
Subreddit for all martial arts deemed non-traditional. Includes fighting systems RBSD, MCMAP, Russian Systema, MMA, JKD, Krav Maga, and any other form of non-traditional fighting. This can be a fight system purchased on DVD a la Joe Lewis, or a system of self defense taught locally. From RBSD to women's self defense to bar fighting to Mike Tyson Ear-biting, this sub is for you. The Science of Urban Combatives and Self-Defense
Iaidō (居合道) is a Japanese sword art focused on drawing and cutting in one motion. Because it starts from a peaceful position, sword sheathed, there is also a focus on traditional etiquette and mental discipline.
This is a discussion and self-post thread, geared towards discussing techniques, videos, documentation, artwork, and history of the Ninja and subsequent skills.
Sanda or Sanshou roughly translated as "Free fight" is a Chinese hand-to-hand self-defense system and combat sport. Sanda is a martial art which was originally developed by the Chinese military based upon the study and practices of traditional Kung fu and modern combat fighting techniques
Systema ("SK", "Systema", "Система Кадочникова", "РБС") is a Russian military martial art based on ancient slavonic boxing styles ("rukopashka", "spas", "buza"). Core aspect of Systema is usage of modern knowledge of physics, physiology and psychology.
A place for practitioners of Tang Soo Do, a Korean style of Karate. Stemming from Shotokan and adapted into Tae Kwon Do, Tang Soo Do is a unique traditional Karate style. Everyone is welcome! Share and discuss your training!
A place to discuss all things related to the study of bajiquan. Practitioners are welcome to add themselves to our map: https://www.reddit.com/r/bajiquan/comments/3iu2zg/rbajiquan_map/
This subreddit covers true Samurai History, Japanese History, romanticized Samurai History, Samurai/Bushido Culture, Kendo, Samurai Weapons, Japanese Martial Arts, Samurai Cinema, Samurai Fiction/Anime, Modern-day Samurai, etc. Essentially it's all about Samurai and Samurai-related stuff for Samurai fans.
A place for savateur's and savateuse's to share tips, stories and anything else Savate and Savate Defense related.
Balintawak Eskrima is a Filipino martial art that teaches compact, powerful movements, often using fighting sticks, but the style translates to any weapon or non-weapon combat, including boxing and kickboxing. While Balintawak traditionally uses one stick, there are other eskrima styles that use two sticks. But the results are the same: strong defense, tactical approach, and devastating strikes.
A place to discuss the martial art of Hwa Rang Do/Tae Soo Do as well as any topic related to the art (Yongtoogi, Gotoogi, Bongtoogi, Gumtoogi, meditation, Korean history with the Hwarang, and Asian philosophy, etc). Discussions about other martial arts are fine, but the topic should be about how that martial art relates with Hwa Rang Do and Tae Soo Do.