Martial Arts by Name

An alphabetical index to martial arts practiced all over the world.

A
Aikido (Japan)
Angampora (Sri Lanka)

B
Baguazhang (China)
Bajíquán (China)
Bando (Burma / Myanmar)
Banshay (Burma / Myanmar)
Bartitsu (United Kingdom)
Battojutsu (Japan)
Bokator (Cambodia)
Boxing (United Kingdom)
Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (Brazil)

C
Canne de Combat (France)
Capoeira (Brazil)
Catch Wrestling (United Kingdom)
Changquan (China)
Cheena di (Sri Lanka)
Chun Kuk Do (United States)
Collegiate Wrestling (United States)

D
Dambe (Nigeria)
Defendo (Canada)
Defendu (United Kingdom)
Dravidian Martial Arts (India)

E
Eskrima (Philippines)

F
Fanziquan (China)
Fistfight (Russia)

G
Gatka (India)
German school of Fencing (Germany)
Glima (Iceland)
Gouren (Brittany France)
Gulesh (Azerbaijan)

H
Haidong Gumdo (Korea)
Hapkido (Korea)
Hojojutsu (Japan)
Hung Ga (China)
Hwa Rang Do (Korea)

I
Iaido (Japan)
Iaijutsu (Japan)
Istunka (Somalia)
Italian school of swordsmanship (Italy)

J
Jeet Kune Do (United States)
Jodo (Japan)
Jogo do Pau (Portugal)
Judo (Japan)
Juego del Palo (Spain)
Jujutsu (Japan)
Jukendo (Japan)
Juttejutsu (Japan)

K
Kajukenbo (United States)
Kalarippayattu (India)
Karate (Ryuku Kingdom, Japan)
Kendo (Japan)
Kenjutsu (Japan)
Kenpo (Japan)
Khridoli (Georgia)
Kinomichi (France)
Kokh (Armenia)
Krav Maga (Israel)
Kuk Sool Won (Korea)
Kung Fu To’a (Iran)
Kurash (Uzbekistan)
Kyudo (Japan)
Kyujutsu (Japan)

L
Lethwei (Burma / Myanmar)
Liu Seong Kuntao (Indonesia)
Liuhebafa (China)
Lucha Canaria (Spain)
Lungwu Quan (Singapore)

M
Malakhra (Pakistan)
Malaysian Kickboxing (Malaysia)
Malla-Yuddha (India)
Marine Corps Martial Arts Program (United States)
Mau rakau (New Zealand)
Modern Army Combatives (United States)
Modern Arnis (Philippines)
Muay Lao (Laos)
Muay Thai (Thailand)

N
Naban (Burma / Myanmar)
Naginatajutsu (Japan)
Nhat Nam (Vietnam)
Ninjutsu (Japan)
Northern Praying Mantis (China)

O
Okichitaw (Canada)
Okinawan Kobudo (Ryuku Kingdom)

P
Panantukan (Philippines)
Pankration (Greece)
Pehlwani (India)
Pehlwani (Pakistan)
Pencak Silat (Indonesia)
Pongyi Thaing (Burma / Myanmar)
Pradal Serey (Cambodia)
Pygmachia (Greece)
Pále (Greece)

R
Real Aikido (Serbia)

S
Sambo (Russia)
Sanshou (China)
Savate (France)
Schwingen (Switzerland)
Shaolin Kung Fu (China)
Shuai Jiao (China)
Shurikenjutsu (Japan)
Sikaran (Philippines)
Silambam (India)
Silat Melayu (Malaysia)
Singlestick (United Kingdom)
Sojutsu (Japan)
Soo Bahk Do (Korea)
Southern Praying Mantis (China)
Spanish school of swordsmanship (Spain)
Ssireum (Korea)
Subak (Korea)
Sumo Wrestling (Japan)
Svebor (Serbia)
Systema (Russia)

T
Taekkyeon (Korea)
Taekwondo / Tae Kwon Do (Korea)
Tahtib (Egypt)
Tai chi chuan (China)
Tang Soo Do (Korea)
Tarung Derajat (Indonesia)
Thaing (Burma / Myanmar)
Toso Kune Do (United States)

U
Ujungan (Indonesia)
Universal Fight (Germany)

V
Vajra Mushti (India)
Vale Tudo (Brazil)
Varzesh-e Pahlavani (Iran)
Vovinam (Vietnam

W
Wing Chun (China)
Wudang Kung Fu (China)
Wushu (China)

X
Xingyiquan (China)

Y
Yagli Güres (Turkey)
Yawara-Jitsu (Spain)
Yawyan (Philippines)
Yowla (United Arab Emirates)

Z
Zen Do Kai (Australia)
Zen Ki Bo (Australia)
Zui Quan (China)

See also:
More About Martial Arts
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