10 Questions You Always Wanted to Ask a Kung-Fu Master
"Monks train really hard, so they're able to tow a car with their penis."
At This Gym, the Cafe Is as Important as the Workout
“It was always my goal to create a community space like I used to have in my gym in Brazil. You can train and compete but you don’t have to be arrogant."
The Extreme Sport Behind the Fight Scenes in 'Black Panther'
Nope, it's not CGI.
Photographing Benny Podda, the Bodybuilder Turned Martial Artist Turned Cave-Dwelling Medicine Man
Photographer Ray Lego recalls sipping hallucinogenic potions, hanging out in the desert, and watching the man drown himself.
Bruce Lee and the Art of Scientific Street Fighting
The recent uproar over an MMA fighter's beatdown of a tai chi practitioner is a virtual case study for Bruce Lee's emphasis on real world application of the fighting arts.
Uru-Can, the Obscure Form of Martial Arts Created by the Brazilian Army
Created by the Paratroopers Armed Forces in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Uru-Can blends Karate, Taekwondo, Kung Fu, Judo and Jiu-Jitsu. There are approximately 500 people in the country who practice it.
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The VICE Guide to Right Now
Japan Is Apparently Struggling to Meet Its Ninja Quota
One squad's manager says there's now a "ninja shortage" thanks to a boost in tourism.
A Glimpse Inside the World of Muslim Female Fighters
Instagrammer and kickboxer Sara Kawthar asks the question: "How far can we push the idea of what it means to be a strong woman?"
The Mixed Martial Philosophy of Donald J. Trump
A look at the 45th President's obsession with Sun Tzu and 'The Art of War.'
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From North Wales To Rio: Talking Taekwondo With Olympian Jade Jones
Having become the UK’s first taekwondo gold medallist at London 2012 before winning once again at Rio, we chat to Jade Jones about her groundbreaking role in British martial arts.
RZA Live-Scores Legendary Kung Fu Film ‘The 36th Chamber of Shaolin’
Those beats were fast as lightning.
Fighting the Shackles of Slavery: ‘Kicking and Knocking’ in the American South
African slaves in the American South continued their martial arts traditions by fighting as sport, ritual, and self-defence.