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Karate

  • Karate Belt order: Ranking System Explained

    Karate Belt order: Ranking System Explained

    An essential aspect of karate is its belt system that symbolize the level of knowledge each holder has. The lowest kyū is usually the 8th one (although there can be variations), designating a white belt, while the 1st kyū represents the highest rank a mudansha can achieve before obtaining a black belt; 1st kyū belts are brown in color.

  • What Is Kenpo Karate?

    What Is Kenpo Karate?

    Kenpo is one of the many martial arts that developed in Asia throughout history. You can find some elements here and there in various Chinese styles, but overall, the style of Kenpo originated in Japan, even though it used Chinese crafts as a base.

  • What Is the Difference Between Judo and Karate?

    What Is the Difference Between Judo and Karate?

    The number of Eastern martial arts is comparable to the number of pizza types in the world. There is a …

    What Is the Difference Between Judo and Karate?

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  • WBC Belts Explained

    There are many belts in boxing, but today, we will focus on WBC world title belts, their history, and the majority of title owners. There are 17 weight classes and four major sanctioning bodies in boxing, so tracking boxing world champions can be difficult

  • Boxing Chess: All About This Sport

    This sport combines two pretty much different disciplines into one. The purpose of this sport is to either beat your opponent via a knockout or a checkmate.

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