Which Fighting Style Kicks The Most Ass?

Whether you want to subdue an attacker, takedown an opponent, or perfect the Crane Technique, there’s a fighting style that’ll help you kick some serious ass.

By Matt Christensen

MCMAP
Famous practitioners: The United States Marine Corps

Known amongst Marines as Semper Fu, McSlap, McNinja, and New Bushido, the Marine Corps Martial Arts Program is a hybrid of just about every martial art in existence and is an ever-evolving buffet of fists, feet, chokes, and throws honed by soul-crushing workouts that would make Sgt. Slaughter weep red, white, and blue tears. Supplemental instruction includes practicing bayonet drills, learning to fight with an unloaded weapon, and improvising combat techniques, which make masters of this martial art (high-ranking Marine officers) the most dangerous elements on the battlefield that aren’t hollow-pointed. USA! USA! USA!

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(Thu, 07 Jul 2011 12:27:12 +0000): Actually the aikido you speak of is through the Ki Society (Originated through O-Sensei. There are more aggressive resolutions in different forms of Aikido and if you note there are massive similarities in Krav and Aikido when dealing with attackers. As a practitioner of both, because of the similarities, its easy to transition from one to another. Such as breaking a wrist or crushing a windpipe and dislocating joints. If you're going to rate Krav a 4 Aikido would not be far behind. Just my two cents.
(Wed, 13 Jul 2011 03:03:55 +0000): Your an idiot.
Wagner Pacheco (Wed, 13 Jul 2011 19:17:46 +0000): The true origen of capoeira is from Angola not Brazil...
Bruce Dearborn Walker (Tue, 24 Apr 2012 18:02:31 +0000): It's not the style, it's the teacher. Find a genuine combat veteran. One of my teachers was running around in the jungle with a sword when he was a teenager (Hi uncle). Systema, Silat, Kali, Arnis de Mano, all good with the right experienced teacher, and I studied Tai Chi with a veteran of WWII and the Chinese civil wars. It's never the style, it's ALWAYS the teacher. Oh, and I ran a small chain of Kung Fu schools for 25 years, for those of you on facebook who don't know me.
Joko Septrianto (Fri, 13 Jul 2012 11:29:29 +0000): add my
John Seno (Fri, 13 Jul 2012 12:10:48 +0000): Wow man them Israeilis are bad ass dude! www.Mega-Crypt.tk
Jason Purcell (Fri, 13 Jul 2012 14:33:52 +0000): no ninjitsu this list is suck.
Maher Dosoqi (Fri, 13 Jul 2012 15:37:16 +0000): Where is Jujitsu? It's the best, it teaches you the real thing dealing with street fights.
Eric Gramse (Fri, 13 Jul 2012 19:03:22 +0000): there is no ONE style that is better then all the rest.. But there is a philosophy, that I believe is. Jeet Kune Do "Jeet Kun Do" founded By the brilliant Bruce Lee. I believe that is the best way to go. to sum it up shortly, take many styles and use from them what works for you to make your own style. More or less.
Daniel Lewis (Fri, 13 Jul 2012 22:29:54 +0000): Oh dear, yet another "which martial art is best" list by someone who clearly doesn't know very much about martial arts :/ I don't know a lot about MCMAP but if that video is representative of their 'black belt' level then that's pretty disappointing - most of it looks like a poor imitation of jujitsu.
Daniel Lewis (Fri, 13 Jul 2012 22:34:42 +0000): Also, where did this bullshit idea that 90% of all fights end up on the ground? Is there a government branch that records the techniques used in street fights? Take someone to the ground on the street and have the pleasant experience of having his mates kick your head in

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