Anonymous asked in SportsMartial Arts · 2 months ago

Good martial arts/fighting styles for REAL fights?

So there are numerous styles of martial arts/fighting.  

Some people want to take fighting classes for REAL fights.

So I know some good ones include Brazilian Jui Jitsu, muay thai, krav maga, kapap, and kick boxing.

Anyother good ones that you can think of?

8 Answers

  • 1 month ago

    we should learn this for self defense in any bad situations,

  • 2 months ago

    There is no one martial arts discipline, not even one mix, that will prepare you for a real fight.  Only experience will train you in actual combat, and the learning process is painful as hell.

    At the end of the day, a fight is all about who can do the most damage first.  You can have a master black sash in Shaolin Kung Fu or a golden trophy in Swedish meatball smashing, but that won't help you if your opponent hurts you before you can hurt them.  There are thousands of variations of hundreds of disciplines (like the ones you mentioned and more), but they all have one thing in common.  You have to get through your opponent's defences and hurt them before they hurt you.

    If you're interested in real combat, I would suggest competitive MMA (mixed martial arts).  And by competitive, I mean your strength and skill will be tested in controlled combat.  That means it's going to hurt a lot.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Define "real fight".

    Any martial art is good only against someone else using the same martial art.

    They all have there differences and weaknesses.

    There is a reason why people train in MIXED martial arts. You need a variety of martial arts to cover all the bases, kicks, punches, grapples, ground attacks, submissions etc.

  • Bon
    Lv 6
    2 months ago

    Like many people, you only look to the martial art name and never consider that it is the instructor of the martial art that matters.  A name tells you nothing about whether you will be properly trained for real fights.  Had you done your research instead of fixating  on the name of a martial art, you would had understood that styles such as kick boxing trains the student differently depending on the goal and the instructor such as for sport/competition, fitness, or self-defense. Not all martial art instructors are created equal. And not all of them teach every aspect of a martial art.

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  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    ROFLMFAO Half of those you mention in NO WAY train you or are good for as you put it "Real fight". 3 of them are SPORTS and have no "Real fight" value.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    there are hundreds of thousands of styles. If I recommend one two you and it not in your area it does you know good.

    You are only as good as your training and instructor, you fight the way you train. If you have bad training habits or a bad instructor then no matter what t he style it will be useless, training only from videos is equally as useless without a good instructor.

    BTW non of those are your list are martial arts, most of them are sports. Martial arts have no rules sports do.

    Find a good instructor in a style you like.

  • Anonymous
    2 months ago

    Krav Maga is for real. And don't underestimate Crazy.

  • keerok
    Lv 7
    2 months ago

    Sayonachi!                   .

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