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    • Mock combat

    • Mock combat involves the execution of combative actions without intent to harm. Participants can engage in such sparring for ritual, training, recreational or performance reasons. The nature of mock combat can vary from realistic to symbolic. Mock combat can be classified into choreographed and unchoreographed forms. ... Read »


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    • Codex Belli

    • Codex Belli is the name of a set of rules for medieval combat reenactment first issued in 1999 and then revised by the German umbrella group Kämpferliste in 2002. The Codex Belli, literally Laws of Battle, are a ruleset for unchoreographed semi-contact combat with medieval reenactment weapons, which differ most not ... Read »


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    • Combat reenactment

    • Combat reenactment is a side of historical reenactment which aims to depict historical forms of combat. This may refer to either single combat, melees involving small groups, or nearly full-scale battles with hundreds of participants. Depending on the intended effect, performances may have the aim of presenting histor ... Read »


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    • War dance

    • A war dance is a dance involving mock combat, usually in reference to tribal warrior societies where such dances were performed as a ritual connected with endemic warfare. Martial arts in various cultures can be performed in dance-like settings for various reasons, such as for evoking ferocity in preparation for battle ... Read »


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    • Display is a form of animal behaviour, linked to sexual selection and survival of the species in various ways. One example of display used by some species can be found in the form of courtship, with the male usually having a striking feature that is distinguished by colour, shape or size, used to attract a female. In o ... Read »


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    • Endemic warfare

    • Endemic warfare is the state of continual, low-threshold warfare in a tribal warrior society. Endemic warfare is often highly ritualized and plays an important function in assisting the formation of a social structure among the tribes' men by proving themselves in battle. Ritual fighting (or ritual battle or ritual wa ... Read »


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    • Kailao

    • The Kailao is a Tongan cultural dance. It is usually performed at public and private ceremonies. The men, bearing stylized clubs (pate kailao), dance in a fierce manner that emulates fighting, all to the accompaniment of a beaten slit drum or a tin box, which sets the tempo. Unlike most other Tongan dances, the ka ... Read »


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    • Professional wrestling

      Professional wrestling is a dramatized athletic performance inspired by competitive combat sports. Taking the form of live events held by touring promotions, it is a unique style of combat based on a combination of adopted styles, which include classical wrestling, catch wrestling and various forms of martial arts, as ... Read »


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    • Professional wrestling in Puerto Rico

    • Professional wrestling in Puerto Rico has been considered one of the most popular forms of entertainment in Puerto Rico for more than fifty years. It's considered the highest source of income in the sports entertainment industry on the island; a minor industry within its tertiary sector in its overall economy. After sp ... Read »


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    • Randori

    • Randori (乱取り?) is a term used in Japanese martial arts to describe free-style practice. The term denotes an exercise in 取り tori, applying technique to a random ( ) succession of uke attacks. The actual connotation of randori depends on the martial art it is used in. In judo, jujitsu and Shodok ... Read »


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    • SCA fencing

    • SCA Fencing is a style of historical fencing practiced in the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA). The primary focus is to study, replicate and compete with styles of rapier sword-fighting found in Europe during the Renaissance period, using blunted steel swords and a variety of off-hand defensive items. Participant ... Read »


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    • SCA armoured combat

    • SCA armoured combat, or informally heavy combat, is a combat sport developed by the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) in which participants in protective body armour either "act out" mock combats loosely inspired by forms of historical combat practiced in medieval Europe or under supervision, may approximate histo ... Read »


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    • Scottish sword dances

    • Performance of sword dances in the folklore of Scotland is recorded from as early as the 15th century. Related customs are found in the Welsh and English Morris dance, in Austria, Germany, Flanders, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Romania. As a part of the traditional Scottish intangible heritage, the performa ... Read »


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    • Sparring

    • Sparring is a form of training common to many combat sports. Although the precise form varies, it is essentially relatively 'free-form' fighting, with enough rules, customs, or agreements to make injuries unlikely. By extension, argumentative debate is sometimes called "verbal sparring". The physical nature of spa ... Read »


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    • Sword dance

    • Sword dances are recorded throughout world history. There are various traditions of solo and mock-battle (Pyrrhic) sword dances from Asia and Europe. General types of sword dance include: Sword dances in China, known as jian wu, began as a military training exercise with swords and spears which evolved into an el ... Read »


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    • Tinku

    • Tinku, a Bolivian Aymara tradition, began as a form of ritualistic combat. In the language of Aymara it means “meeting-encounter.” During this ritual, men and women from different communities will meet and begin the festivities by dancing. The women will then form circles and begin chanting while the men proc ... Read »


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