Top 10 Most Dangerous Martial Arts Apart from Eastern Martial Arts (Part 2)

Nguni: Battle with the stick 

The legendary fighting skills of the Nguni (Zulu) people are the use of sticks held in hand and a small shield in self-defense. While the stick cuts don’t do any harm, the blow and the stick punches can bring a great deal of pain to the opponent. It was this martial art that forged the pain, endurance and bravery of the Zulu people, making them not afraid of the prior British colonial gun attacks.


Sambo is a comparatively modern martial art, as well as a fighting and self-defence sport established in the Soviet Union and formally recognised as a sport in 1938. There are three branches of martial arts. Sambo should be remembered, including: Sport Sambo is a sport comparable to wrestling or judo; Combat Sambo has been developed in the military and is similar to modern synthetic martial arts (MMA); and Freestyle Sambo has been developed to comply with Sambo’s combat concepts defined by the American Sambo Association.

Apache: Fight by daggers 

Apache has a wide range of weapons to fight its enemies, and one of the most dangerous weapons used in close combat is a knife. Both Apaches carry at least one dagger at all times to be used in a lot of work while hunting, but they carry hundreds of them in combat. They can fire knives very precisely, hack into surrounding opponents, slash the opponent’s chest or throat. Today, the U.S. The Army recruited a number of Apache trainers to teach special forces to use daggers in combat. 

European fence

European fencing is a nuanced and intellectual martial art, with thousands of manuals available in Europe. Fencing warriors are known for their accurate attack and skillful footwork, as well as the ability to handle their entire body as skillfully as any Samurai warrior. 

Every country in Europe has a special style of arcing with various styles of swords


Combining boxing and wrestling, the ancient Greek Pankration encourages boxers to fight without any guidelines, from kicking in a cave to bending their fingers. The goal of the Olympic Games was to help all the men in the Greek city to maintain their military readiness.

Highland Wrestling

Plateau wrestling was the first form of military martial art introduced to young people in Scotland, usually from father to child.

Things that you don’t know about the MMA

The Chinese Tai Chi was defeated by an inexperienced MMA fighter in 10 seconds. What’s the MMA that’s so strong in the end? 

Recently, Chinese netizens are very interested in the knowledge that traditional martial arts masters are publicly presenting to MMA the challenge of modern martial arts. The cause of the incident was a clip about a spectacular “solo” process between Xu Xiaodong-an MMA-style fighter, and Wei Lei (Lei Lei)-a master of Tai Chi.

However the incident also leads many people to doubt the traditional martial arts, while also curious about MMA. After all, what is the MMA that Xu Xiaodong is able to use to ‘lift his voice’ in a land that prides itself on being the cradle of the millennial kungfu? 

MMA is not only a martial art

MMA stands for Mixed Martial Arts, which means mixed martial arts. By and large, MMA would have to use several different martial arts at the same time.

While traditional martial arts concentrate on boxing, moving, and fighting, MMA takes advantage of the strengths of many martial arts to form its own fighting style. There are three ways to fight as follows:

The fighting style uses wrestling, highlights such as Boxing, Kickboxing, Muay Thai, Battle Sambo, Karate, Taekwondo (standing) 

Free-body artifacts, Judo, Jiu-jitsu, and Sambo can boost stuffing, grappling, and throwing, while Muay Thai improves stuffing strength when fighting (stuffing, stuff) 

Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Jujutsu, Sambo… Help control situations after wrestling, improve grip, hold and protect in such circumstances.

It’s seldom an MMA fighter who practices a particular style of combat, but the style of fighting can be flexibly used depending on the situation. 

It is common for a martial artist to train with several different masters, and it is not rare for a person to use a boxing pose, but to fire high and dangerous muay kicks, then to dive into objects. And a necklace like the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Khabib had just retired, McGregor had declared his return to UFC

After Khabib Nurmagomedov had parted with the UFC, Conor McGregor had vowed to play in the light weight of this arena.

Conor McGregor is committed to returning the UFC light fixture

Conor McGregor confirmed in a Twitter issue that he will return to play in UFC lightweight in 2021. McGregor declared his “retirement” in June, but apparently changed his mind and played against Dustin Poirier in January 2021.

McGregor also said that he was in better form than ever

We have to go to a happier place sometimes in life in order to simplify our lives. He is excited now and looks forward to the game.  McGregor wrote like that.

The UFC has kept Khabib in the light belt 

While Khabib Nurmagomedov declared his abandonment of the UFC light championship title after the UFC 254 event, UFC President Dana White said he will still encourage the Russian boxer to continue with the title, adding that he hopes that Khabib’s decision to break up with UFC is only temporary.

Mayweather’s followers won the WBA Championship

Gervonta Davis, a 25-year-old American boxer who holds an undefeated record and is controlled by Floyd Mayweather, became the new champion in the WBA Super Weight division after crushing Leo Santa Cruz. This is the match that Davis joined as a lightweight WBA champion, while Santa Cruz retained the world championship in four different weight divisions.

Santa Cruz has a lot of experience in the game, but Davis is both young and smart in the style of fighting. The turning point of the match occurred in the 6th half when Davis was left behind when Santa Cruz had an opportunity to catch the left hook really hard as Santa Cruz hit the floor. This is Davis’ 24th career victory, including 23 knockout victories, and he still has to lose.

Saenchai: King of Muay Thai with his special talent

Athletes like Muhammad Ali, Michael Jordan, Pelé and Michael Phelps are only a handful of athletes who have crossed the borders of their sport to become legends. 

In the Muay Thai community, many past and present fans and punchers will contend with the Suphachai Saenpong, also known as Saenchai Sor. Kingstar, it was the fighter who totally transformed the face of Muay Thai and placed his name on the list of legends.

At the age of 39, Saenchai has been battling for much of his life as a seasoned Muay Thai boxer for almost 35 years, with more than 20 of those 30 years competing in the top professional arenas in Thailand and around the world.

During his nearly 35-year career as a professional boxer, Saenchai has amassed more than 300 matches for one of the best victory percentages in the history of the sport. 

The unforgettable name that Saenchai beat is: Thongchai Tor Silachai, Neungsiam Fairtex, Singdam Kiatmoo, Nopparat Kiatkamtorn, Kongsak Sitboonmee, …

From those wins, he captured four Lumpinee Stadium championships in four different weight classes, various Muay Thai World Championship championships in different weight classes, several Thai championship titles. His name was Thai Sports Writer of the Year twice, and also Saenchai retains the National Championship title in boxing where he is still undefeated.

What distinguishes Saenchai, however, is the talent, the ability to obtain items, and the fearlessness he possesses to be able to execute exceedingly unusual techniques unlike a Muay Thai warrior who dares to do so in the ring. 

This technique is definitely not going to be performed again in the current age of this ferocious sport except Saenchai

Saenchai was able to dominate the giants in both weight and height by mastering the attacks and defenses of Muay Thai, and by doing so with ease, pleasure, and always.

What made Muay Thai so popular at MMA

Anderson Silva, Jose Aldo, and Jon Jones are among the major names in MMA who make good use of Muay Thai moves in the octagon.

What makes Muay Thai so appealing to boxers?

1. There are a lot of threats to combat 

Muay Thai has attacks that use both arms and legs, as well as elbows and knees for effective attacks. The “clinch” move is a maneuver that is commonly used by many boxers. 

Clinch (somewhat translated as “holding in a standing position”) is one of the special techniques that gives Muay Thai a difference. If the boxing boxers have to avoid fighting and correct their places for each step of the opponent’s hug, Muay Thai also helps the boxers to continue attacking.

2. Efficient in vertical warfare 

Muay Thai is very successful in mixing various strategies that you can use before it forces the enemy to crash to the pit. From strong strikes to punches with your feet, Muay Thai can also be a successful way to beat your enemies.

3. It’s easy to understand 

Muay Thai is renowned for its versatility and authenticity, making it a perfect martial art in the MMA warrior training curriculum.

4. This is one of the pillars of MMA training

Many of the world’s most successful boxers use Muay Thai as part of their repertoire, and because of its flexibility, this is part of the fundamental mixed martial arts preparation. That any warrior has to go through before he starts.

5. Strong defence 

Very few martial arts are useful in actual self-defense situations. Muay Thai is one of the few subjects chosen, not only teaches how to strike vulnerable points in the body, but also locks, squeezes, and uses the power of the enemy to defeat them. Since MMA has fewer rules and it is difficult to foresee the martial art the enemy will use, learning how to react to a “real” challenge is a valuable skill, and Muay Thai has taught it. It’s really healthy.