Leon Edwards will be Kamaru Usman's opponent in the Third match of this Trilogy
Kamaru Usman held the welterweight championship and the top pound-for-pound ranking in the UFC for a considerable period. All of that altered at UFC 278 in August of last year when Leon Edwards delivered a single head kick in the final minute of the contest.
The Games Inmates Play (Prison Chess)
So what are a bunch of inmates who sit around most of the day locked up with each other do for fun? They watch tv, work out, swap stories, and even read. But more than anything else, they play games. What struck me as predictable but still bizarre is how combative all this could get.
This US Armed force Kept on aiding the Injured in the War zone In the midst of Flying Slugs in spite of being harmed
Lawrence Joel was brought into the world on Feb. 22, 1928, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and signed up with the military following his graduation from secondary school. He chose to turn into a Military surgeon since he accepted that it fit his tranquil character and lined up with his craving to help other people.
The Cane as a Weapon: An American Martial Art for Those Who Like Umbrellas
In the year 1912, an American named Andrew Chase Cunningham created a book. This book described an interesting martial art that had the same name as the book: The Cane as a Weapon. This martial art is a concise system of self-defense all about fighting off attackers by using a walking stick or umbrella as a weapon. Cunningham was a civil engineer with the United States Navy throughout the later part of the nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth century, so he was not someone who knew nothing about martial arts or combat before he created his own.
This US Army Medic Continued to Help the Wounded on the Battlefield Amid Flying Bullets Despite Being Badly Injured
Lawrence Joel was born on Feb. 22, 1928, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, and enlisted in the army following his graduation from high school. He decided to become an Army medic because he believed that it suited his peaceful personality and aligned with his desire to help others.
One of the Most Vicious Episodes of the War Was the Horrific Slaughter of 97 American Prisoners at Wake Island
During the early days of the Second World War, Japan was on a rampage in the Pacific seizing islands and atolls including Wake Island. Lying around 2000 miles west of Hawaii, Wake Island was considered strategically important to American defenses in the Pacific Theatre.
History of the modern martial art Combat Pistol Shooting and the El Presidente Combat Drill
Combat pistol shooting is a modern martial art that focuses on the use of a handgun as a defensive weapon. Like a lot of modern martial arts, it is practiced for self-defense, but it is also practiced in various different places as a sport in the form of practical shooting: a set of shoot sports that are governed in the United States by the United States Practical Shooting Association. British Commandos were some of the first to publish information on combat pistol shooting through a book called Shooting To Live With The One-Hand Gun. The book was published back in 1942 during the Second World War with the book being given out among combatants and to members of the civilian population. These techniques ended up getting adopted for training by the American Office of Strategic Services troops, helping US troops learn how to use their pistols in various different ways for self-defense.
Slap fighting is approved as a sport in Nevada
There is now a new sport that is becoming official in a certain part of the United States of America called slap fighting. Yes, it is exactly like you would imagine the sport to be: an event where opponents smack each other back and forth until one of the opponents is knocked down or finally yields when they wish not to be slapped anymore. In the Silver State - ie. Nevada - and in the "Entertainment Capital of the World" Las Vegas, slap fighting is about to become a popular regulated sport. The Nevada State Atheltic Commission unanimously approved slap-fighting last Tuesday & because of this decision, the state has vetted slap-fighting to make sure it will have oversight, safety measures, and some proper rules to ensure this sport is being properly practiced in the first place - including medical personnel being on site just in case things get too furious.
The Brave American Serviceman Who Made a Miraculous Comeback After Being Burned Beyond Recognition
Dave Roever is a Vietnam war veteran who made a miraculous comeback after sustaining life-threatening injuries during the war. After being drafted at the height of the Vietnam war, Roever joined the navy and served as a riverboat gunner in the elite Brown Water Black Beret. He suffered horrific burns when a grenade went off in his hand as this excerpt explains: "Eight months into his tour of duty in Vietnam, Roever was burned beyond recognition when a phosphorous grenade he was poised to throw exploded in his hand. The ordeal left him hospitalized for fourteen months."
The Brave American Soldier Who Manually Bit Down on Blasting Caps to Single-Handedly Halt Vietnamese Assault
John Walter Ripley, a United States Marine Corps Colonel, was one of the few U.S. advisors to the South Vietnamese Marine Corps (VNMC) in Vietnam in 1972 when he was ordered to carry out an important mission that resulted in him hampering a major assault by the Viet Cong.
History of Crossbow - Ancient China
Crossbows have an extensive history that takes up a decent chunk of humanity's archaeological history and spans various different continents around the world. I only mention this because crossbows, like the slingshot I talked about earlier, are one of the earliest ranged weapons humanity has used. It is even impressive that even after we invented weapons like guns and missiles and grenades, crossbows are still being used to this day. Some people use crossbows for hunting food. However, there are still some limited military operations that crossbows have even in our modern world. In Brazil, soldiers in certain jungle units are trained to use crossbows and some Chinese military units/police forces use crossbows with the Chinese government justifying its usage by saying a crossbow helps to stop people carrying explosives while reducing the risk of detonation.
Deontay Wilder makes his comeback in New York
Deontay Wilder, a former WBC heavyweight champion, is happy with the announcement that Oleksandr Usyk, the unified champion, will be ringside next month at Brooklyn's Barclays Center when Wilder fights Robert Helenius.
Gouging: The Old-School American Street Fighting
There is a form of self-defense that formed as a form of fighting that was around back in the rural portions of the United States, mostly being popular during the late eighteenth century and early nineteenth century. However, this form of fighting has been around since the 1730s in the southern colonies of what was then the British Empire. While it was never practiced as an organized sport - since it was designed more as a rough form of self-defense or street fighting instead of focusing on having safe moves for sporting events - there would be some scheduled fights or 'duels' that would happen between people practicing this particular fighting style.
An Introduction To Space Force: The Newest Branch of The Armed Forces
The United States Space Force (or the USSF for short) is the newest branch of the United States armed forces and it has set history simply by existing. At the time of this writing, the USSF is pretty much the world's only independent space force - the first for any country in the world! Right now, it is the smallest United States armed service, consisting of eight thousand four hundred military personnel.
Small Circle Jujitsu: An American Martial Art
Wally Jay1999 Jujitsu America Convention in San Mateo, CA. When most people think about martial arts, they generally think of the different fighting styles that trace their origins back to some portion of Asia (like kung-fu, karate, and taekwondo) or Europe (like fencing and greek wrestling), and the Middle East (like Egyptian swordplay and the Ottoman combat sport Matrak). However, few people might think about the modern United States of America as the origin of various different useful forms of combat. However, various different martial arts can trace their origins to the United States of America and be pretty effective for teaching people how to protect themselves from aggressors.
Kamaru Usman Plans to be Victorious in His Rematch with Leon Edwards
Kamaru Usman wants to establish his status as the most competitive combatant. Usman, the current welterweight champion, will attempt to show off his supremacy at UFC 278 on Saturday night with a sixth straight title defense and second victory over Leon Edwards. The "Nigerian Nightmare" intends to move over the middleweight category and win the light heavyweight championship.