Filipino boxing without rules Panantukan

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Panantukan (or as it is called "Filipino boxing") was established in the late 70s of the 20th century martial arts master Fillippinskih - Luca Luca and student of Bruce Lee - Dan Inosanto in the United States.

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Panantukan (or as it is called "Filipino boxing") was established in the late 70s of the 20th century martial arts master Fillippinskih - Luca Luca and student of Bruce Lee - Dan Inosanto in the United States. It was based on the art of close combat melee: European Boxing, Muay Thai, Indonesian Pencak Silat (styles: seracs, Pukulan, Mande Muda, etc.), the Philippine Pangamut - Dumog (Kali-hand section), the Philippine version of Pencak Silat - Kuntao Mindanao (from the island ´Moro Moro "- ie, the Muslims). Panantukan although called "Filipino boxing", but he is more of Indonesian melee techniques, laid the foundation for boxing. So Panantukan fastest "go" in boxing and kick-boxing. As used herein, techniques are fairly simple and the overall impression "Besperchatochnogo" boxing with the addition of "dirty" techniques that the creators of the system was able to put together. However, high kicks, and even more, jumping almost completely absent. No and power surges, but in a very wide assortment of all kinds of locks on the whole body of the enemy. So when working out, you are guaranteed not to be bored.

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