Tag Archives: karate

Why is Combat Karate Giving Andrew Tate a chance?

MMA Uncensored reports Combat Karate is trying to sign former kickboxer Andrew Tate, despite facing serious allegations including trafficking, Ponzi schemes, tax evasion, and theft. Tate, who is also known for misogynistic statements, is under investigation in Romania. Ethics questions regarding Combat Karate are raised, as the decision to associate with Tate might result in future implications for the organisation.

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The Soviet Union’s Ban on Karate: A Brutal Twist in Martial Arts History

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Karate, introduced to the Soviet Union in the 1960s, flourished until it became associated with criminal gangs and violent protests, leading to its ban in 1981. Despite its revival in 1989, the martial art never regained its previous popularity. The ban had significant influences on the Soviet martial arts landscape and societal norms, revealing the complexities of integrating such sports into differing political and social ideologies.

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5 Old School Martial Arts Training Methods That Still Pack a Punch

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When it comes to martial arts training, there’s a rich history of time-tested techniques that have been handed down through generations. These old school martial arts training methods, often rooted in tradition and discipline, continue to be effective and relevant even in the world of modern MMA training. In this article, we’ll take a deep dive into five of these

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Jesse Enkamp, Just proved Brazilian jiu jitsu works

Jesse Enkamp vs. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu: A Battle of Martial Arts Worlds Jesse Enkamp, famously known as the “Karate Expert” and a long-time YouTube sensation, recently made headlines in the martial arts community by stepping out of his comfort zone and attempting to prove that Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ) doesn’t work. However, in a twist of irony, he inadvertently demonstrated the effectiveness

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