Brazilian jiu-jitsu is a martial art and combat sport that gained popularity around the world when Royce Gracie won the first, second, and fourth ultimate fighting championships. He defeated much larger opponents who had trained a variety of other practices. Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is effective due to its focus on ground fighting and proper technique.
Kapu Ku’ialua is also known as just Lua. It is unconventional Hawaiian martial art based on bone breaking, joint manipulation, and even open warfare. Kapu Ku’ialua is translated “two hits”. This name was subsequently given to the god of martial art.
The old warriors of this martial art coat themselves with a thin layer of coconut oil and remove all of their body hair to be able to slip away and avoid hold in a battle.
Also called a Vacon, this Peruvian style of martial art was developed on the streets of Peru's Capital. It mixes numerous techniques and is aimed to quickly inflict maximum injury to an opponent. Most Bacom contests ended with death.
A name of this kind of martial art used to describe several improvisational fighting styles developed within the US penal system. There is still not much information about this techniques, and it has remained a mystery.