Martial Arts

What is the worlds deadliest form of martial arts?


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2011-10-19 05:40:01
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"Deadliest Martial Art" is a misnomer. The Martial Art is the knowledge of combative skills that are potentially deadly. Each system of Martial Art curriculum teaches techniques that can kill someone. Once an opponent has been killed, they are dead. There are no different levels or degrees of being dead, therefore no Martial Art can be more deadly than any other, and none can logically be called the "deadliest."

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